This Simple Hummus recipe is an easy appetizer dip recipe that can be put together in just minutes if you have the ingredients in your kitchen. All of these ingredients can be found in most major supermarkets.
I have updated the photos from the original recipe posted 8 years ago on Organized Island. I recently posted a recipe for homemade pita bread, and a few people have asked me if I had a great Hummus recipe.
Hi Friends, today I am sharing a super easy recipe for homemade hummus. Honestly, it just takes five ingredients to make a nice batch of hummus, perfect for vegetable sticks, crackers or pita chips.
Ingredients for Hummus
Garbanzo Beans – This is hat makes hummus so easy to make. I usually buy generic brands and it comes out great.
Tahini – This paste is a butter-like spread made of sesame seeds. It adds that distinctive hummus flavor and this is a great brand to use. A few years ago Tahini (sesame seed past) was harder to find, but now you can find it pretty easily
Olive Oil – Always a must for anything Mediterranean
Lemon – for flavor
Garlic – you and use fresh or jarred
I like to add a little Tapatio hot sauce to spice it up, but it tastes good without it too. I like to serve it with pita chips or sliced carrots, peppers, and celery.
It is a great appetizer to pull together when you have unexpected company or just need something quick. It is also one of the healthier appetizer recipes when served from fruit.
It helps me stay away from some of the fried food that is not friendly to my figure. Plus it is so good!
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Simple Hummus Recipe:
1. Put the ingredients into a blender. 3. Refrigerate and serve.
2. Mix all of the above until smooth. The consistency should be creamy and blended.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 92Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 170mgCarbohydrates: 13gFiber: 4gSugar: 2gProtein: 4g
1. Put the ingredients into a blender.
3. Refrigerate and serve.
For fun, here is a photo from the original post 8 years ago.
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