Smooth & Creamy Hummus

Smooth & Creamy Hummus

Smooth & Creamy Hummus
Smooth Creamy Hummus

"Chickpeas take front and center stage is this smoothy and creamy hummus creating a delicious dip that is packed with protein, fiber and the good-for-you type of carbs. And who doesn’t like that?! Plus, you can’t ignore the awesome health benefits found in tahini, garlic and olive oil. I’m telling you, this is good stuff. This Smooth & Creamy Hummus is delicious and ridiculously quick and easy to make! Serve with pita, crackers, chips, vegetables or spread on a sandwich. (Gluten Free)"

Serves6 People

Preparation Time5 min

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I'm not sure that the sour cream is really traditionally used in hummus, but I like the extra little bit of tanginess and creaminess that it gives to this dip. Whenever I have leftover pita bread, I like to make homemade pita chips. I just cut it into triangles, brush with olive oil, sprinkle on a little garlic salt, and bake until crispy. This hummus would be great with these!

I have tried to make homemade hummus and am disappointed that it is not as creamy as the store-bought versions. However, I have not used tahini before, which I think is a major mistake. Therefore, you should definitely invest in some tahini if you plan on making delicious, smooth homemade hummus. My favorite flavors are to add in some hot sauce or pesto!

Hummus is an all-time favourite at my house and I've tried lots of recipes and methods for making it. This is the first recipe I've seen where sour cream is added - but being lactose intolerant I would omit that anyway. I cook dried chick peas, which are even more inexpensive than canned, making this recipe an extremely economical way to make hummus! And you can add some spice or extra garlic so it tastes just the way you like it! Yum!

Freshly made hummus with homemade melba toast is one of my great eating pleasures and add an olive or 2 and I am totally in heaven. I had never used tinned chickpeas in hummus before (have always cooked dried chickpeas from scratch) but having used the tinned variety in this recipe I know that I will never cook another chickpea, lol! Its really good, our visiting friends loved it too and this recipe has definitely replaced my old one.

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