hummus

Hummus-so easy to make!

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A classic Middle Eastern spread, traditional hummus is a purée of chickpeas flavored with garlic, lemon juice, tahini (sesame paste) and olive oil.

In Dubai, it was no problem to get my hummus fix in any supermarket or restaurant- but back here in Europe? I mean, unless you go to hummus bar or a restaurant which is famous for it. Sure. Perfect. But the ones in a supermarket are actually not what I experienced as tasty Hummus.

Is hummus easy to make?

Then I remembered a friend of mine, who always told me how easy it actually is to make this amazing dip. And I made the mistake of not believing her until last year. And believe me when I tell you how easy it is to make!

Simply add all ingredients in a food processor and blend it until smooth. That’s it!

And if you cover it in a bit of oil and leave it covered in the fridge, it actually lasts quite a few days. Well, if you haven’t eaten it already 🙂

And if you feel adventurous, why not try this beloved dip made with beetroot?

Generally served as a dip, it works just as well paired with some Shawarma, flatbread or served with a selection of colourful raw vegetable sticks. One of my favourite lunches, actually. I always use carrots, celeriac & cucumber and sometimes some little pretzels as well.

I have some left, what else can I make with it?

Another Food for days Idea! Why don’t you make a Chickpea Salad with Hummus? It’s super easy, tasty and filling.

love

sabrina x

Hummus

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Homemade and so easy!

simple
  • Prep time:
    10 minutes
  • Total time:
    10 minutes

Ingredients

4 servings
1 can of chickpeas -( 400g)drained it’s 240g) , but save some water it’s called Aquafaba
25 ml aquafaba
10 ml lemon juice
2 sprigs parsley
70 g tahini
40 ml olive oil
1 tsp cumin
0.5 tsp paprika
1 tsp ground coriander
2 garlic cloves
5g salt

Utensils

  • Food processor or hand blender

Steps of preparation

  1. Drain the chickpeas and save the water (aquafaba)
  2. Juice the lemon
  3. Put everything in a blender and blend until smooth.
  4. Add some saved chickpea water, so it get’s creamier.
  5. Add some more salt as per your personal taste.
  6. Transfer to a bowl and add a bit of olive oil on top to prevent from drying out.
  7. Enjoy with some veggies or chicken shawarma

Notes

great with some vegetable sticks

How do you like the recipe?

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