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Hummus?

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Hummus is a thick spread or paste made from chickpeas and olive oil, sesame seeds, garlic and lemon, made originally in the Middle East. It can also be defined as a spread or Arab Levantine made from cooked mashed chickpeas, blended with olive oil, tahini, salt, lemon juice and garlic.
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Hummus is a dip made from cooked, mashed chickpeas, blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic.
Hummus is a dip made from cooked, mashed chickpeas, blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic.
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Hummus has some nutritional value. It has no cholesterol, which is always good. A cup has 435 calories, 21 grams of fat and 595 milligrams of sodium, which isn't great. But, it does
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1. Add more garbanzo beans or chickpeas while the hummus is still in the bowl of your food processor; process until smooth. Do not add more of any other ingredient, just the beans
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1 Soak the chickpeas . Take a large bowl and put in the chickpeas. Then, pour over enough water to cover the chickpeas and an additional 2 centimeters more. Leave to soak overnight.
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As hummus is paste, I believe that—in the event that a direct plural is needed—it would be hummuses. (Consider sauce/sauces, jam/jams). In terms of most usages, though
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