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Considering that Laura made me want rubbed beans last night, I put chickpeas in the water last night to sit overnight to soften. As I put too much, I also made a bowl of hummus ...

  • boabe de naut
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 2 teaspoons tahini pasta (sesame paste)
  • juice from half a lemon
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil

Servings: -

Preparation time: less than 15 minutes


I soaked the chickpeas in water overnight. In the morning I washed them in some water and boiled the chickpeas until the berries softened well. I put the chickpeas in the robot and I passed them well, I added more of the water in which the chickpeas boiled to reach the desired consistency, I added the tahini paste (considering that I couldn't find it to buy, I made it at home 3 weeks ago), lemon juice (taste and taste), salt, pepper, oil and all this time let the robot do its job. Crush the garlic and put it on, chew it further and you will notice that it changes color, it will open compared to how it was at the beginning. Put it in the bowl and drizzle olive oil and sumac on top (optional). I hope you like it, I don't do it very often either, but we like it.

Video: Το πιο νόστιμο Χούμους. Madame Ginger