Friday, December 18, 2009

Homemade Hummus



So I made the Tahini for the Baba Ganoush then decided to make hummus. It is actually really easy to make and so good for you loaded with protein, folate, magnesium, and fiber.
It makes a great light meal or snack, its healthy and satisfying.

Ingredients:
  • 1 cup of cooked chick pea's (we soaked them over night then pressure cooked them, hubby was making channa dal so I took half!) or a can would also work fine.
  • 3 -4 cloves of garlic
  • olive oil
  • one tablespoon tahini
  • lemon juice
  • salt
Method:

  1. simply grind the chick peas, olive oil, salt, lemon juice, garlic and tahini together.
Its that simple, great for dipping and sharing!





Have a great weekend everyone

Love

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45 comments:

  1. Tahini! That's what I've been forgetting! Thanks : )

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  2. Yum! Have a great weekend!

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  3. Haha she looks very happy with the dips :)

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  4. I love hummus. I make it all the time...your daughter seems to love it too!

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  5. I love hummus--it is an easy and delicious snack or sandwich spread. Looks like Jasmine is enjoying it too!

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  6. Heheh...little cutie pie.

    Pass the pita chips, please!

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  7. I m sure Ganoush or (Ganesh) wud have loved it ...

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  8. Jasmine loves that a lot, I bet!
    Have a warm weekend!

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  9. Jasmine looks so sweet playing with it...she is sure loving the taste..
    i love hummus with some more fiber added to it , spring onions seem to be the best crunch added to it for me...

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  10. Beautiful recipe! Adorable photos!

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  11. Thank you for this post. Everytime I pick up a container of hummus at Whole Foods I say to myself "why don't you make your own" But then never take the time to look for a recipe.

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  12. Hey look! It's the Little Dipper!

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  13. Yummy, I love Hummus and yours looks divine. Do you have a pita recipe to go with that?
    -Doc

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  14. Prevention RD: smiles
    5 star foodie: thanks so much
    3 hungry tummies: smiles
    Carrie: I think I will start making it more
    Deb: oh good idea for a sandwich spread
    Jenn: here you go!
    Sandhya: oh the Baba Ganoush is a middle eastern spread from the other day not baby LOL
    Angie: thanks its snowy here,
    Sangeeta: oh spring onions sounds so good
    Angie: thanks so much
    Lea Ann: so know you know I also wondered LOL
    GF Gidget: he he
    Doc: there was a link for pita on my last guest post by Lisa LOL

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  15. Must try Hummus one of these days. Have a nice weekend.

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  16. That does sound easy! I actually really like hummus, can't get hubby to try it though LOL

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  17. I super love hummus. Especially with all sorts of flavors added in. Cilantro, for example, is a favorite.

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  18. Yum, I love hummus! So cute seeing little Jasmine enjoying it...my kids won't touch it with a ten foot pole :( Oh well...more the hubs and me!

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  19. Jas is such a beauty! I miss you guys. Stay warm.

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  20. Mmm, I love it!! Can you believe I've NEVER made homemade hummus??? I know, it's awful that I can say that. I love hummus though, so this is a recipe I'll be keeping :)

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  21. Homemade is so much better plus it's easy to make.

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  22. I am so glad that you posted this recipe. I've been wanting to make hummus at home but all this time, I thought it was too hard to make it. Thanks!

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  23. Erica: oh me too lol
    Anncoo: oh the same to you,
    Amanda: of but it keeps a few days make it for yourself lol
    Joanne: oh must add cilantro next time then
    girlichef: maybe one day they will kids change their minds about food all the time!
    meet virginia: love ya
    Gina: let me know how it goes have a fun weekend
    fresh local and best: so true
    Sook: so happy I posted it for you lol

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  24. I love hummus, Rebecca, but we can't have it over the holidays as one of my sons is deathly allergic to it.
    I'll save the recipe for when he's not with us....love the little red tomato in the center!

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  25. Congratulations on the award Rebecca!
    Ooh, I love homemade hummus! This recipe sounds delicious!

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  26. Mmm, love Hummus. It is a very versatile dip, veggies, fries, and crackers and is also a great spread for sandwiches. Enjoy, my babies love it too! and yes still working on the latte art.

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  27. What adorable pictures of your little one!! I love her facial exprssions!

    I love to make hummus and find all sorts of new things to add to it! I found if I use my immersion blender I can make it in a snap with minimal clean up!

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  28. I make hummus all the time! I just love it and it's so easy and good for you! Jasmine is such a cutie!

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  29. Mmmm. Hummus is such an easy to make staple in our house. But I salute you for making your own tahini and dry chick peas - I bet it is even more wonderful that way.

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  30. Barbara: oh wow poor thing being allergic to it, aw well after the holidays oh Jasmine also loves cherry tomatoes
    catherine: thanks so much
    Megan: oh I am so putting it on sandwiches smiles
    Lyndsey: oh thats what I did clever minds think a like lol
    Reeni i should make it more, thanks lol
    Stevie: oh the tahini I had to as I didn't have any he he but was easier than I thought lol

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  31. Hey rebecca,

    I never made Tahini at home. It one of my fave things..and you made it look absolutely professional!

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  32. This looks fabulous. I must embark on the hummus at home adventure. I love hummus :)

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  33. Is that your daughter? She is adorable! Haha, she's a much better kid than I was...I definitely would not have been willing to eat hummus then!

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  34. Jhonny thanks so much
    mom on the run oh you will love it
    Burpandslurp: yep thats my darling lol

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  35. Darling Blog, and I will have to make my own Hummus sometime. Happy Holidays!

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  36. How cute is your babe?!

    I want to make one of these Sundays dedicated to making healthy snack food like this so I stop munching on all the Christmas treats. Looks yummy!

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  37. Diana: thanks so much for stopping by
    unplanned cooking: thanks so much, I know this time of year is tough lol

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  38. I love hummus. I haven't made it in years. I used to make when I moved to MN because it didn't exist here back in the day. Looks great.

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  39. Claudia thats cool back in the day LOL

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  40. Jasmine enjoying so much huh! 'm sure it tastes fantastic!

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  41. Aw such cute cute pictures! Hope you had a great time back in England!

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  42. my little space: smiles
    Ruth oh it was wonderful to go home thanks for asking

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  43. I've never made hummus before. I always thought it'd be easier to just buy it from Trader Joe's. But since you made it look so easy... I might just try it.

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  44. Love this hummus! Baby Jasmine looks adorable :D

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