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Does anyone know how to make home made hummus?

  1. DRG Da Real Grinc profile image77
    DRG Da Real Grincposted 6 years ago

    Does anyone know how to make home made hummus?

  2. lotuslove19 profile image68
    lotuslove19posted 6 years ago

    Dump all the kitchen waste in a a pitch and fill the pitch with a layer of soil and sand ,collect all the dried leaves and twigs from the garden and dump them in the pitch too .After some time the the decaying will start and the hummus will be formed .

  3. Scott Offord profile image54
    Scott Offordposted 6 years ago

    Can of chickpeas, minced garlic, lemon juice. Mash it.

  4. BaliMermaid profile image57
    BaliMermaidposted 6 years ago

    For home made Hummus you need the following.

    Ingredients
    2 cups cooked, drained chickpeas (or canned chickpeas)
    3 garlic cloves
    1/4 cup olive oil
    1/4 cup tahini (sesame seed paste)
    1 Tbsp lemon juice


    Preparation
    To make basic hummus, simply mix all ingredients to taste in a blender. Start with a small spoonful of tahini and only a little seasoning, and adjust to taste. Store the hummus in an airtight container in the fridge, covered with a little more olive oil.

  5. ThunderKeys profile image65
    ThunderKeysposted 6 years ago

    I've been experimenting with making Hummus recently. The basic recipes listed here so far are very good. Hummas can be wonderful on nachos instead of meat.

    I prefer soaking/boiling dry chickpeas rather than using canned. It's cheaper also.

    I like to add fresh parsley and a pinch of cumin to my hummus.   

    Pita is easy to bake as well. What a treat fresh hummus and baked pita...mmmmmm...

    I think it's lunch time!
    - Duddy.

  6. Barry Silver profile image58
    Barry Silverposted 6 years ago

    Canned Garbanzo beans, olive oil, food processor and anything you want to flavor the hummus (scallions, garlic, roasted red peppers). Start with a can of beans and add enough olive oil to make it a smooth paste.

  7. randomcreative profile image93
    randomcreativeposted 6 years ago

    Here's my recipe for it:
    http://hubpages.com/hub/Homemade-Hummus … Variations
    Let me know if you have any questions.

  8. mohammad qadee profile image56
    mohammad qadeeposted 6 years ago

    Yes, of course, all you need is to bring some chick peas (raw) and put it in the machine, cutting electricity or you can do with your hands and in every way, during the milling prefer to put some oil in order to facilitate this process as well as some garlic (if you want) and after completion, place Tahini Canned and a little salt and lemon, and then Akhlthm, and make your dish is ready Homs
    Note: Some cooks put tomatoes or the option to add flavor and the wonderful Figure

 
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