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This is my hummus recipe, if you have never heard about it it is basically a chickpeas sauce that you can do very easily at home with just the help of a food processor. It doesn't require much time, just ten minutes, and can be ideal for days when you got some friends at home and want to nibble something before the main :) or just an excuse to eat some veggie, that is never wrong!
Hope you like it and for any questions, I'm here :)
I love hummus! Packaged hummus always tastes a bit sour or too sweet to me. That’s because citric acid and sugar are often used in the ingredients. This Middle Eastern homemade hummus recipe tastes better than any commercially made hummus I’ve ever had. It can be scooped onto a piece of toasted pita bread, crackers and vegetable sticks. It also works well as a sandwich spread.
In a pinch: No time (or desire) to soak and cook chickpeas? Use 4 cups of canned instead.
Rinse well and drain. Follow the rest of the recipe.
This recipe always comes in handy at Jewish Holiday meals.
The traditional Chopped Liver has its roots in kosher cooking, using chicken livers. Whenever I bring this vegetarian version to the table, everyone enjoys it (especially the chickens).
In a pinch: No food processor? A blender will work!
A very easy hummus recipe that kids will love to make. This illustrated recipe features some of my characters from my published comic strip "Life with Mr. M." It is inspired by my real life Mr M., my youngest son Michael. He was diagonosed with Asperger's and I homeschool him. I have used his love of recipes and cooking in our homeschool lessons by incorporating illustrated recipes. So far it is working out wonderfully!
Sometimes, toast is all you need to get through the day. I've included three of my favorite ways to dress up toast (and an excessive amount of exclamation points) to show just how magical this tasty vessel for food-to-mouth is.