Nutritional Therapist

My Favorite Hummus

Time: 10 min

Level: Easy

Hummus is a wonderful food. Rich in fiber, protein, useful fats and also it is very versatile. As a side dish, with raw vegetables, with bread, for breakfast, lunch or dinner… I always have some ready in the fridge. I don’t recomend snacking, but if you accidentally get hungry, it makes a lovely afternoon snack that won’t raise your insulin as something sweet would do.
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400g chickpeas from a can or home boiled

2 tbsp tahini (I prefer whole grain)

2 tbsp olive oil

juice of 1/2 a lemon

1 tsp salt or to taste

1 tsp ground cumin

2-3 tbsp water

1-2 cloves garlic (optional)



Blend all ingredients in a food processor or in a blender. For creamier consitency, add more tahini For extra flavor, you can add some parsley or dill at the end. For more antioxidants and a rich yellow color, add 1 tsp of turmeric.

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