Top Rated Hummus Recipes

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www.epicurean.com
1 Place the garbanzo beans, tahini, lemon juice, salt, and garlic in a blender or food processor. Puree until smooth. Transfer mixture into a shallow bowl. 2 Drizzle oil over dip, and sprinkle with parsley and paprika.
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Heston
Ingredients: 1 19oz. can garbanzo beans 1 1/2 tsp. salt 1 Tbsp. lemon juice 3/4 cup tahini 3 cloves garlic dash soy sauce black pepper Combine all ingredient in food processor and process until all is mixed.Taste to correct seasonings. Chill.
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familyoven.com
This versatile dip is great-tasting and easy to make. It can be served with pita bread as an appetizer or used as a spread for sandwiches. Use any herb of your choice?dill, mint, etc.
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Middle Eastern Bean Dip
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Slatts
If you have never experienced the fun of a "Cook's Illustrated" cookbook or magazine you really need to get yourself one. They are extremely informative and their test kitchen takes the guess work out of what works and what doesn't. Their recipes have been tested to the hilt and I love the informative text that accompanies dishes. This is their Hummus recipe.
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Robyn's Cookin'
This recipe was developed over much trial and error. It tastes exactly like a local Greek restaurant chain, which was my goal! Lots of "bright" tasting lemon and garlic. The cayenne and cumin add really subtle, but necessary, flavor (not much heat)! This hummus is SUPER addicting and a thousand times better than any store-bought! We like to eat this "as is" with pitas triangles, veggies (carrots and cucumber are my faves), or in wraps.
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By Mark Bittman
Editor's note: The recipe below is from The Best Recipes in the World by Mark Bittman. For Bittman's tips on preparing a modern Passover meal, click here. Chickpeas are among the best legumes, and this is among the best recipes you can prepare with them, an eons-old Middle Eastern classic. Generally, I'm not a big fan of canned beans, but for whatever reason canned chickpeas are not bad at all, and I always keep some on hand so I can make a batch of this at the last minute, to use as a dip or a spread. You can make hummus without tahini; it will be a little looser and less complex tasting but still good.
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Semra22
I love hummus and always have, but back in the day (reaallly back) I was unable to get tahini very easily, so I came up with a substitute (the sesame oil). Sacrilege I know, but it still tastes great! I got so used to it I am now too lazy to get tahini, heh heh. You can certainly substitute if desired. My kids have loved it since they were little and used to call it "moose". They will inhale it by the bowlful. Serve with pita breads or as a side condiment for grilled meats. Extremely healthy and good for you as well (Even the olive oil is a monounsaturated fat - one of the best). I will sometimes even add more garlic and olive oil (I'm Cypriot in background which means you can never use too much olive oil...)
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www.epicurean.com
Put the beans into a food processor and add 2 soup spoons of tahini, garlic, salt, olive oil and lemon juice. Process for a minute adding liquid from beans to keep the mixture moving. Check for salt and pour the hummus into a serving bowl. It should ...
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