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In New York City’s Lower East Side, there used to be two blocks of excellent Indian restaurants on East 6th Street. Over time, a number of these restaurants closed. Gandhi was a favorite. The menu featured Chana Masala. Their version tasted so authentic, I felt compelled to ask a waiter for the recipe. This easy side dish is greatly appreciated by my friends who love Indian food, and those few who don’t.
There's nothing more delicious than homemade hummus.
This is the way my mother made it, and it's creamy and fluffy if done right.
Canned chickpeas are fast and work best.
If you use dry chickpeas, they must be soaked overnight and cooked a very long time otherwise they will be dry and hard.
Add salt, garlic and lemon to taste.
To get the creamiest texture and to eliminate bloat (and by-products thereof), just remove chickpea skins first.
This takes time but is a very meditative activity :-)
Bil hana wa shifa!
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 :)