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Hummus is a Middle Eastern and Arabic food dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt, and garlic.
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sooth15 Posted on Wed May 15 2013
No cumin? Most of all the recipes I've seen have some cumin in them.Reply 0 - Replies
Neththra'sVision Posted on Wed May 15 2013
I really like sesame seeds, olive oil and garlic used here. This hummus is very high in nutritious value. Thank you so much chef Sanjay Thumma. (your kenwood blender is so cute)Reply 0 - Replies
curious.soul Posted on Wed May 15 2013
Chef i would love to see ur afghani white sauce recipe. Also since It is quite close to Indian taste. I hope others will like it too.Reply 0 - Replies
heavynneo1 Posted on Wed May 15 2013
Amazing work chef. You are really inspiring people to cook. Best channel ever. Thank YouReply 0 - Replies
binigis Posted on Thu May 16 2013
Namaste! love your videos, here's a link to a pretty extensive Hummus blog, lots of info and recipes it's called- humus101.com/EN/ peaceReply 0 - Replies
cherryboo65 Posted on Thu May 16 2013
Similar to mine, I use lemon juice. Can't wait to try it with lime! Thank you Vah chef!Reply 0 - Replies
OEEDDAA Posted on Thu May 16 2013
It would taste better if you add 2-3 spoons of yogurt when mixing :]Reply 0 - Replies
seraj haj ali Posted on Thu May 16 2013
hummus and falafil and tahini and sambosak is a arabian foodReply 0 - Replies
kanan1525 Posted on Wed May 15 2013
another time firstReply 0 - Replies