How to Make Hummus -
Using Garbanzo (Chickpea) Bean Flakes
I LOVE hummus! It's so cheap, easy to make, versatile, and comes in a variety of flavors. If you think you don't like hummus you might want to give it another shot.
I tried hummus years ago, it was terrible. For years I'd decline anytime someone offered me hummus. A couple of years ago my sister got me to try some, and it was delicious! I was shocked. I've discovered that hummus, like potato salad, has so many variations that there'll be some you love and some you hate. I found a brand I liked for lunch or snacks but, when I looked at the ingredients, it wasn't as healthy as I'd thought. When I mentioned it to my sister, Sue, she's like "just make your own" and I'm thinking "I don't have time." It turns out that I had everything I needed and it only takes 5 minutes to make!
- 1 c. Garbanzo Bean Flakes (501550)
- 1 c. water
- 1 t. lemon juice
- 2 T. olive oil
- 1 clove garlic
- ½ t. salt
- 2 T. tahini or (2 drops sesame oil)
- In a food processor combine 1 c. Garbanzo Bean Flakes (501550), 1 c. water, 1 t. lemon juice, 2 T. olive oil, 1 garlic clove, ½ t. salt and 2 drops sesame oil (or 2 T. tahini). Blend until smooth and creamy.
The total time for all this - 5 minutes!
This recipe is a basic, simple hummus recipe, but hummus so great is the variety. So try some of these options or make your own -
- ½ t. cumin
- 2 more garlic cloves
- roasted red peppers
- 2 T. mustard
Ways to Use Hummus -
- dip for vegetables or flatbread
- spread on wraps or sandwiches
- added to mashed potatoes
- added to deviled eggs to make devilish eggs
- thinned for salad dressing or pasta sauce
Recipe for a Monster B.E.L.T. sandwich -
- sourdough bread
- favorite hummus
- fried egg
- gouda or other mild cheese
This sandwich will fill you up! I can't eat a whole one, but it's a protein-packed sandwich that works great to fill up my teenage son.
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