Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Hummus


 hummus with thyme garnish
Every time I make this people rave.  It's my favorite hummus. 
Ingredients
3 C cooked chick peas (garbanzos)             
2 T tamari (soy sauce) 
1 T oil, olive                                                      
1/2 C lemon juice
1 1/2 C onion, chopped                                  
1 t cumin powder
5 cloves garlic, minced                                   
1/4 t cayenne
3/4 C carrots, chopped                                   
1/2 t salt
1 C tahini, roasted (sesame butter)








Directions
Saute onion in olive oil on medium heat for about 2 minutes.  Add carrots and garlic.  Saute a couple more minutes.  Place chick peas in food processor.  Puree.  Add the rest of ingredients and puree till smooth.
NOTE:  lemony taste will disappear as the hummus sits.
super easy and so good!

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photos by me © 2010

20 comments:

  1. Love, love, love hummus. We eat it a lot at my house.. haven't made my own in years, I should definitely give it a try again. Thanks for the recipe!

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  2. That hummus looks delicious! I love the thyme garland, what a great idea. :)

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  3. Wish I could dip into it right here on the screen. I like that you add carrots, I'll have to see if my hubby will make this as he does the cooking around here.

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  4. We leave out carrots and soya sauce to make it Jewish style. And sometimes we use lime - because we run out of lemon and lime here is easy to get.

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  5. I haven't ever tried hummus but have been tempted before so I think I'll have to try this recipe. Thanks Margaret!

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  6. This is awesome...

    yummy hummus.

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  7. I absolutely love hummus! Costco has a pretty good one, but I agree homemade is best!

    I'm definitely going to try your version...

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  8. That's one of my favorite snacks - but I've never added carrot. I'll have to try it....but I won't tell anyone until they've had a taste.

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  9. looks good, glad to have a recipe for a really good hummus!

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  10. Sounds good! Now I have a couple of new hummus recipes to try.

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  11. Oh! Yumm! We love hummus and I am definitely going to try out your recipe. Thank you for sharing!

    Blessings & Aloha!
    Making my way through some great "H" posts! :o)

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  12. this sounds seriously yummy ... i have never made hummus with carrots ... i will be giving this a try!

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  13. Love hummus but unfortunately hubs does not and I eat way too much myself.

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  14. Great H word! Another hummus lover here too. Great to have a recipe to try a homemade version.

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  15. This looks really good. I've saved the recipe so I can give it a try. Thank you :)

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  16. I am ADDICTED to hummus. I'm glad it's so good for me.

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  17. I've never tried carrots in my hummus but I like that idea! It would make it a pretty color, too.

    I never think about using herb flowers for garnish but now I will. That looks gorgeous on the top!

    Thanks for a delicious and creative link to Alphabe-Thursday.

    I really enjoyed my stop here today.

    A+

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  18. Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog!
    The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society was my absolute favorite book, summer 2009! I plan to read it again soon!
    As for the hummus recipe, it was soooo yummy!!

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  19. Wow, you recipe is really different from mine! I will have to try this one. I wonder if I can sneak in those veggies without my kids noticing...

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