Some people like their hummus heavy and moist while others prefer it lighter and fluffy. Here are some tips and a video recipe to help you keep your hummus more on the light side. We have a lot of hummus variations on this site and there are also some surprising new recipes to add to your arsenal.
This recipe uses Tahini. Some people prefer their hummus without the Tahini, but that’s something for another day. Inspired Taste website claim that the secret to the light and fluffy hummus lies in how long you leave it in the food processor to process. Try our peanut butter hummus recipe which is a delicacy that can’t easily be put into words.
People who are passionate about making hummus will go to great lengths to create the perfect hummus recipe. Making an awesome tried and tested recipe for hummus usually involves a lot of trial and error, trying new things until you come up with the perfect combination of ingredients and mixing.
The video below shows some passionate people making their own signature hummus dish. The video gives you a good idea about the extra mixing they are talking about. Recipe sourced from here.
Lovely traditional hummus recipe with chickpeas and tahini. Perfect for any occasion and incredibly healthy, hummus has been made for centuries. Use this recipe as a base than you can add different ingredients to your hummus depending on your taste and the occasion. We have a huge range of hummus and other middle eastern type dip recipes on this site. So be sure to browse around to see everything.
600g Can of Chickpeas. Drain the can and rinse the beans under cold water.
3 crushed garlic cloves, or two teaspoons of store bought crushed garlic.
100ml good quality olive oil (leave a teaspoon left over for drizzling on top of finished hummus)
2 tablespoons tahini paste (Hulled)
Lemon juice. Either squeeze a whole fresh lemon or 2 tablespoons of pre made lemon juice.
1 teaspoon ground cumin (optional)
1/4 cup (60ml) water
1 teaspoon of Sumac for garnish
Place all items in a food processor. Process on low speed for one minute until combined. Add water slowly until you get a nice texture for your hummus. Scrape down the sides often. Blend for up to 5 minutes depending on how fluffy you prefer your hummus to be.
Serve on a plate, drizzle olive oil on the top. Garnish with sumac. You can add all sorts of different ingredients to make some cool hummus variations.
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