Packed Full of Goodness with Great Health Benefits: Eat it Everyday!!! Hummus is a Great and Easy Addition to any meal or as a Healthy Snack, Spread or Dip. A Middle Eastern delicacy made with chickpeas, olive oil, garlic, lemon juice and tahini, which is a sesame seeds or you can use sesame seed paste.
Hummus Dip Recipe
Enjoy it on the side of your plate as an accompliment or as a Sandwich, Roll or Wrap filler
What you need:
2 x 400 gram cans of Organic Chickpeas –
Rinse the chickpeas well and save a few for decoration
2 Tablespoons of Sesame seeds
2 Freshly squeezed lemons
5 Garlic cloves peeled
1 medium red or brown onion chopped
For extra flavour you can pan fry the onion and garlic until golden then add to the blend
1 teaspoon of Ground black pepper
1 teaspoon of Cumin
1 teaspoon of Coriander
1 teaspoon of Chillie flakes
1 teaspoon of Sumac
3 tablespoons of Flaxseed oil
3 tablespoons of Olive oil
What to do:
After rinsing the chickpeas in cold water. Put into the food processor.
Add sesame seeds, garlic cloves, onion, squeezed lemon juice, pepper, cumin, coriander, chillie flakes, sumac, flaxseed and olive oil. Putting lid on food processor not turn on blending until the combination is to the consistency of your choice. Some people like it a little crunchy and others like it smooth. It doesn’t matter it is delicious!!!! Not to mention good for you.
Now that the mixture is fully combined pour quantity you want into a serving dish,
Put remaining mixture into storage container.
A few Chickpeas, Coriander or Parsley leaves and sprinkle a small amount of Paprika for some added colour
This makes quite a lot so you can store what is let in a seal tight container in the fridge for a couple of weeks.
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