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Homemade Hummus Without Tahini
You really can make creamy smooth homemade hummus and with just a few simple tricks.
What is Hummus?
Hummus is a delicious dip or spread made from chickpeas, lemon, tahini, lemon, spices. It is
commonly eaten in the Mediterranean and the Middle East.
Chickpeas: Chickpeas form the base for hummus. These softened beans break down to
form a smooth paste.
Tahini: Tahini is a paste made from ground sesame seeds, and it is instrumental in
making the hummus taste incredible.
Making hummus without tahini: There are two camps in the hummus-loving world.
One consists of all those who love the zesty, tangy flavour of tahini. On the other hand,
it has all those who can go without it. So you can leave it out if you want to make
hummus without tahini. A chickpea purée without tahini is also delicious, or you can add
extra olive oil. You can also opt for another option that uses a natural unsweetened
creamy peanut butter in its place.
Fresh lemon juice: Fresh lemon juice is crucial for excellent hummus.
Fresh garlic: Adding fresh garlic to your hummus will add a little spice and zest.
Ground cumin and salt: Salt and ground cumin makes the hummus taste amazing.
Further, the ground cumin also adds a little more spice and richness.
Olive oil: Olive oil is responsible for making the texture of the hummus luxurious.
In addition to the ingredients listed above, you can add more ingredients and flavour to your
2 cups of chickpea/ Channa
1/2 cup aquafaba/ plain water
Lemon juice from 1 lemon
4-5 garlic pods
1 tbsp tahini
3-4 ice cubes
1 tsp salt
Pressure cook the chickpea/ channa.
Add in all the ingredients to a blender and blend for 1 minute.
Add toppings of your choice and serve.
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