Cooking time45 min
Hummus has become a popular dish among many people all around the world for the past couple of decades. It can be described as one of the most widely consumed Middle Eastern foods in the world and many people eat hummus on a frequent basis. This Hummus recipe teaches you how to make a quick version that utilizes tinned chickpeas and you can spice things up with variations such as adding chili or cumin powder. If you follow the exact guidelines and quantity of ingredients advocated in this Hummus recipe, you can serve it for 6 to 8 people. Total time needed to make this dish is 5 minutes and beginners as well as experienced people can make it with absolute ease and comfort as well. First of all, you need to take a bowl.
Add garlic clove to bowl.
You also need to add drained chickpeas.
Liquid chickpeas, olive oil, sesame paste and lemon juice must also be added.
The next step is to blend all these ingredients until the mixture becomes really smooth.
Then, you have to check the consistency.
The consistency should be adjusted by adding more liquid.
You have to make sure that there is a thick dropping consistency.
Humus will get thickened when it is chilled.
Now, season to taste. This process is absolutely vital because tinned chickpeas vary in saltiness based on the unique brand.
You must cover it properly.
After covering, it should be refrigerated according to your own preference.
The reserved chickpeas should be used to garnish.
You can also use a pinch of paprika and olive oil.
- Garlic clove – 1 no.
- Drained tin chickpeas – 400 grams/15oz. (You need to reserve liquid and a few chick peas for garnishing purposes).
- Salt – to taste.
- Pepper – to taste.
- Lemon juice- Taken from 1/2 lemon.
- Extra virgin olive oil – 2 tablespoons.
- Liquid from tinned chickpeas – 1/4 cup.
- Tahini (sesame paste) – 2 tablespoons.