Another vote for 'hummus.'
But I use the air-scare quotes because I think a good answer to the question is the general notion of something hummus-like: (a) a legume, somewhat cooked and then mashed, (b) some salt but a lot of herbs, (c) and a little oil to help emulsify. So in addition to a more traditional chickpea, and parsley-cilantro hummus with sesame oil and tahini, I'd also recommend black beans, pinto beans (almost like a refried bean hummus!), lentils, or even soy beans. Substitute peanut butter for the tahini. Definitely add the roasted red pepper or even roasted tomatoes ...
You get something delicious with healthy fats and a good amount of protein and fiber that you can whip up in five or ten minutes if the legumes are already cooked.
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