Those canned chickpeas in the back of your closet can take up so much more than just space. Instead, use them in this easy hummus recipe. Chickpeas are sizzled in a food processor This one here!) with the good things – tahini, garlic, lemon juice, olive oil and spices. Diluted with just enough water to make it light yet creamy, it works as a versatile dip or condiment: this rich, flavorful hummus is as good tossed around the edge of your grain bowl as it is smeared on crispy sourdough or the spotlight on yours steals next snack plate.
Serve as is or garnished with an array of different things, including lamb or chicken, good olive oil and flaky sea salt, pine nuts and olives, red peppers and chopped parsley, or a pinch become– A mixture of spices from the Middle East, usually containing a mixture of dried herbs, sumac and sesame seeds (available in specialty stores or on-line). Do you have this hummus recipe? Excellent. Here are four more ways to flute it.
publisher’s Note: This recipe was originally published on February 16, 2018.