Saturday, 16 January 2010

Hummus

Feeling a little snacky?
Let me make some hummus. It won't take that long, honest especially if you have food processor.
All you need are:
Tin of cooked chickpeas, drained and rinsed
Juice of a lemon
Garlic
Olive oil
Tahini
Salt and pepper to taste
Blend the required amount of ingredients to suit your taste buds.
For more flavour add freshly ground cumin seeds or fresh coriander.
Serve with pitta bread chips.
Enjoy the rest of your evening.

17 comments:

  1. Love homemade hummus! A little tip I learned from my CSA . . .you can add a cup of steamed kale/spinach/other greens and it will be pretty and nutritious :-)

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  2. I have to second that, homemade hummas always tastes far superior than the store bought stuff.

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  3. I love hummus, but when I make it I eat far too much of it...

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  4. Looks good! I make this all the time, sometimes using a combo of chickpeas and mixed beans (1 can of each). It makes for a nice change and adds little flecks of colour.

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  5. Hi! Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a lovely comment - I did enjoy making those mushrooms! Hummus is delicious, and more so when it's homemade.

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  6. I love hummus! I find it tastes better when made with dried chickpeas, but East End chickpeas are also very tasty.

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  7. I love hommus, its the only dip I ever eat, besides quick gaucamole. Probably because its the only dairy free one in the shops.
    The homemade one looks great, although we dont have a food processor so I probably wouldnt attempt it myself :)
    Have you made pitta bread yourself before? They are SO good with dip.

    Rose

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  8. I love hummus! Thanks for sharing this. I'm going to copy it to my computer, so I can try it.

    Jane

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  9. I have been wanting to make this for awhile! I usually just buy it. Maybe soon ill make it myself since you make it look so easy!

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  10. Thanks for the tip Local Cook. I will give it a go one-day.


    Thanks Kella. Totally agree with you.


    Kath, I know what you mean, once I start I can't stop either.


    I like the sound of two varieties of beans RuckusButt, so will try that too.


    Thanks so muc for coming by LaceHearts.


    Thanks Maninas.
    I don't always have the patience to make it with dried chickpeas, thats why I rely on my store cupboard, and funny enough the East End chickpeas brand are my favourite too.


    Thanks Kate. It is a lovely dip.


    Rose,
    You can make hummus without a food processor, just takes a little bit more elbow grease and the help of a masher.

    I have made pitta bread from scrath many times and agree fresh is best, but there are days when I am lazy and pick up a packet. This was one of those evenings :D


    Hello There Jane,
    I only listed the ingredients, not the amounts, so just make sure you make it as you like it with the right amount of ingredients, too much tahini and it a little overpowering. Enjoy!


    Hi there Jenn,
    You should make this, you will be so pleased you did. It tastes so much better than shop bought ones. Honest and its so easy.

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  11. yummy and so much cheaper than shop bought too. I like it with roasted peppers blended in.
    Nice photography from D

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  12. Hey, you made it look so easy. Very healthy too. Sure to give a try soon :):)

    Chitchat

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  13. Nic,
    I like the idea of roasted pepper.
    I must pass over the credit to D for the photo collage.


    Thanks Ms Chitchat. It is easy, honestly.

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  14. Wow! Your hummus looks and sounds absolutely delicious! I love how you showed step-by-step beautiful photos. I usually buy hummus from the store but I would have made it myself long time ago if I knew that it's this easy to make. Thanks for the inspiration, Mangocheeks!

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  15. Oh yummo! I do love hummus. For quite awhile it was the only thing my toddler daughter would eat. Not mine sadly, a lovely Lebanese couple in a local store They must have had the magic touch as the children in our area ate everything that came from their store, meaning all the vegetables not the chips and lollies stock! Thanks for visiting me. I did reply to you at Tale Peddler. I'll be back. I love Beryl. I have played with her here for too long! xx

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  16. Thanks Oraphan.
    I had hummus for the first time 10 years ago at a friends freinds house and I immediately got the recipe. I think I may have bought it once for taste comparison, but never again.


    Welcome Josephine. It is such a pleasure to have you over. It so good to read that there are some authentic hummus recipes about, not just supermarket ones.
    Thanks for playing with Beryl, I do often wonder if anyone does. I love her too.

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