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Adjust Servings:
3 medium bell peppers (orange)
1 cup – hummus
1/2 cup – black olives

Nutritional information

66.36 g
15.25 g
27.84 g
1101 mg
0 mg

Octopus Hummus

  • Non Veg
  • 30 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



Hummus is a snack eaten all around the world and prized for its health profile. It’s typically eaten by dipping crackers and vegetables into it. This octopus humus is a fun variant that transforms your veggies into the shape of an octopus. You may think making art out of your food is difficult, but this recipe makes the entire process a breeze. Once you get the hang of it, you will be able to customize it and make your octopus hummus even more amazing.

Health Benefits

This octopus hummus snack isn’t just fun to eat, and tasty to eat, it is also healthy to eat. Both the hummus and the bell pepper octopus are extremely healthy foods. This dish is basically vegetables and chickpeas. It gives you tons of vitamins and minerals, including protein and vitamin C. Bell peppers are actually amazing for your immune system thanks to their vitamin C content. They have three times the vitamin C as an orange.

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How to make Octopus Hummus

  • Cut 2 peppers into slices.
  • Cut the third pepper alongside the top.
    • Remove the seeds and core.
    • Note: This will form the octopus’s body.
  • Place the body, onto a plate of hummus open side down.
    • Place eight pepper slices around it as tentacles.
  • Slice olives.
    • Dab a bit of hummus onto 2 olive slices.
    • Stick them to the pepper for eyes.
  • Serve octopus with remaining olives and pepper slices on the side.


The art of food arrangement is known as moritsuke in Japan.

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