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I made this last night and it certainly brought out the piggy in me! Occasionally I make this quick y recipe to receive my friends. Last night it was fantastic! Do you have the nutritional breakdown for this? I made it and loved it but want to know calories and fat in a serving. Thanks for the recipie. I will add them gradually over the course of this year, as I get asked so often. Until then, please plug the recipe into third party software like nutrition data. Anything goes folks.

Get imaginative. Pura Vida. I just made this according to the measurements and it turned out so disgusting. I even added more garlic and olive oil and it was still gross. I will check the recipe this week. Thanks for the feedback. Followed the recipe exactly and it was amazing! Quick and delicious as described. Your description is way too humble, this hummus is outstanding my wife agrees.

Thanks for sharing this treasure. Super creamy although I did add an extra garlic clove. Your email address will not be published. Recipe Rating. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Easy Hummus December 11, Absolutely loved it. I made it with dried chickpeas which took a long time, but it was so worth it. I added some sumac, and even before that the flavour was wonderful. I was not disappointed! Thank you Thank you thank you!

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Best recipe I have tried, turned out great delicious, perfect. Went with the extra salt and lemon. Thank you ever so much!! This is the best hummus I have ever had. I too added a little bit more lemon juice at the end. I made it the second time with an entire head of roasted garlic, so delicious! Made this today, followed the recipe to the letter. Cooked the chickpeas, but it came out with a consistency of thin pancake batter. Not sure what I did to mess it up…. I upped the lemon factor by adding the zest as well as the juice.

Cant wait to eat it today for lunch as well — thank you! Indeed, the best hummus recipe!!! Totally worth the extra steps for the fluffy and creamy texture. I used a red chili infused olive oil from New Mexico and garnished with toasted pine nuts. So yummy! Thank you for all the research you did to come up with this recipe. My son took the salad to office for lunch enjoyed it throughly. Thank you so much. Also the Mac n cheese vegan he liked it too. Really liking your recipes. This is perfect! This is delicious. He loved the smooth texture and the flavor.

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I do, too. Never achieved smooth hummus in my life…. I am over 50!! Today I did following your recipe. Thank you so much for all your research and effort putting the recipe out there.

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My son just loved this hummus. I added sesame seeds. What is the difference between sesame seeds and tahini. Sorry I did not read about the baking soda…. I may try it again, Mine has off flavor but healthy anyway. Thank you for posting your recipe. Gorgeous creamy good tasting hummus. Thanks for the recipe and all your helpful hints. Loved this recipe!

I cooked the chickpeas in the instant pot with a pinch of baking soda, adding one extra minute of cooking and it worked out well.

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This is the best hummus I have ever made! So smooth and creamy, and super easy as well. Just takes a little more intention than throwing all the ingredients in at once :. I have made this twice now. Twice because even though I doubled the recipe, my two teenage daughters devoured it in a couple of days. It was delicious! I have given up on store bought hummus because : the flavor is inconsistent and it always comes in a plastic container!

I am transitioning to making as much as I can to avoid buying plastic that now has no place to go for recycling!

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This recipe makes the change a win-win AND it is awesome!!! I love why you want to make it homemade! Better flavor, but then reduces your foot print.

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Thank you for your review, Yolanda. Thank you very much for sharing your recipe, but that is too much tahini for that amount of chickpeas. I would certainly recommend making another batch using half the amount of tahini. Thank you for your feedback, Davut! I really like this ratio, but happy you found what works for you. Best hummus ever!! Thanks for sharing! I used a hand immersion blender. I may never buy packaged hummus again.

I would recommend making it in batches and give yourself enough time as it will add to the overall time. As for the servings, this one is roughly 2 cups, or 8 servings. I just made this, I used dried chickpeas as I always have them on hand. Soaked over night, boiled for an hour and then proceeded with your recipe as shown.

I used that and I did need to scrape it down a couple times due to the fact that its sp confined and vertical. But this came out absolutely amazing! It is the creamiest hummus I have ever had!!! Could you suggest a way of making a super spicy topping for my hummus? I love the supremely spicy hummus but have no clue how to go about it … this was my first time making hummus and I will always make it this way … so much better than store bought!

I personally add a small can of chipotle to the recipe. B dried chilli pepper oil I. E: like the chinese food one instead of regular oil in the tahini if you make yours C any king of high OC pepper diced ghost pepper, carolina reaper, habanero and so on.

First time I tried making hummus. The whole family loved it.

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Blended mine in a ninja and came out smooth. It is delicious. I served it with tortillas, carrot, celery and bread. Thank you for the recipe. Thank you for doing the research, Kate! I trust this recipe more than any your passion for hummus sounds very sincere! Thank you!! I did not have quite enough lemons for the amount of chickpea I had 4.

Next time I will get more lemons. I removed lots of skins floating around when I was cooling down the chickpeas in water in the pot I know I was supposed to just run cold water over it, but I had so much that my strainer was not big enough. Do you think I should not do this and leave the skins in there? It was fun to see the tahini mix suddenly becoming paler and smooth as I added ice cold water. I will make it again soon. In case any other readers want to make from dried chickpeas I wanted to share what worked for me. I cooked them in my instant pot for 12 minutes w the baking soda and let them naturally release.

My family goes through it so fast that I need to do a triple batch each time I make it! Thank you so much for this great recipe!!!

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Delicious recipe! Creamy and flavorful. I took your advice and added the extra lemon juice and pinch or salt. Thank you for sharing this recipe. This is it! Thanks for all the helpful tips to make a smooth, creamy, yummy hummus. I made this for a friend, exactly following your recipe. My boyfriend and I almost ate an entire batch in one sitting. Definitely worth it to boil the chickpeas. I made this version and a sweet potato version and a roast red-bell pepper version. I am never buying store bough hummus ever again!!!

Thanks for this recipe, it is soooo good. I found your basic recipe and followed it exactly using some additional garlic, a scattering of pine nuts, and a drizzle of olive oil at the end. It looks amazing! I had enough to put a container in the freezer for later. I do appreciate the comment regarding the bitterness of some tahini. This is definately a keeper. I so knew how to make hummus that after skim reading the recipe ie. Will try all the steps next time. Great recipe. Made your recipes for a while now but first time commenting. Absolutely love this hummus guide!!! I was at an Israeli restaurant this past weekend and it got me in the mood.

Just made your recipe and it turned out fantastic thank you! Just made this for some friends and it blew their minds. SO incredibly delicious. Cookie and Kate receives commissions on purchases made through our links to retailers. All rights reserved. Our cookbook, Love Real Food, is here! Jump to Recipe. Instructions Place the chickpeas in a medium saucepan and add the baking soda. Cover the chickpeas by several inches of water, then bring the mixture to a boil over high heat. In a fine-mesh strainer, drain the chickpeas and run cool water over them for about 30 seconds.

Set aside no need to peel the chickpeas for this recipe! Meanwhile, in a food processor or high-powered blender, combine the lemon juice, garlic and salt. Process until the garlic is very finely chopped, then let the mixture rest so the garlic flavor can mellow, ideally 10 minutes or longer. Add the tahini to the food processor and blend until the mixture is thick and creamy, stopping to scrape down any tahini stuck to the sides and bottom of the processor as necessary.

While running the food processor, drizzle in 2 tablespoons ice water. Scrape down the food processor, and blend until the mixture is ultra smooth, pale and creamy. If your tahini was extra-thick to begin with, you might need to add 1 to 2 tablespoons more ice water. Add the cumin and the drained, over-cooked chickpeas to the food processor. While blending, drizzle in the olive oil. Blend until the mixture is super smooth, scraping down the sides of the processor as necessary, about 2 minutes.

Add more ice water by the tablespoon if necessary to achieve a super creamy texture. Scrape the hummus into a serving bowl or platter, and use a spoon to create nice swooshes on top. Top with garnishes of your choice, and serve.