Wednesday, October 13
Author: Liss Klemke | Filed Under: bbq, canapes, glutenfree, recipe, vegetarian | at 10/13/2010 12:31:00 PM |
Anyhoo... I serve this in lunchboxes with carrot and celery sticks. Sometimes I'll sprinkle sultanas on top (I know that sounds wrong but Eloise likes it!)
For us adults I serve it with homemade Turkish bread or corn chips, usually with a salsa too. Or I'll put it in pocket bread with lamb and some tabbouleh. Sometimes I just eat it off the spoon, but don't tell anyone, ok?
How do you eat your hoummus?
400g tin chickpeas, drained
2 tb tahini (sesame seed paste, you can get it from the healthfood section or shop)
2 cloves garlic
2 tb lemon juice
2 tb olive oil
Chuck everything in the food processor (love my new Braun Multiquick 7 cordless seriously!) and process until creamy - add a little water if it's too thick.
If serving to adults you can garnish with a bit of olive oil and paprika!
Cost: about $1.50! Easy peasy lebanese-y.
Do you buy or make your hoummus? A bit of both perhaps?
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