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Old 11-24-2009, 08:50 PM   #61
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Re: Holy good Hummus (semi-homemade... no tahini!)

I love the recipe and can't wait to try it, thanks!

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Old 11-28-2009, 02:43 PM   #62
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Re: Holy good Hummus (semi-homemade... no tahini!)

I just made this and it is YUMMY! I didnt have any lemon juice so I added some red wine vinegar for the acid. I think it would be even better with lemon juice. We also didnt have any pita's or pita chips, so we made homemade flour tortilla chips in the oven. Super yummy!
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Old 11-28-2009, 08:16 PM   #63
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Re: Holy good Hummus (semi-homemade... no tahini!)

I recently stumbled onto a recipe for hummus that uses almond pulp (the leftover from making almond milk) instead of the chickpeas. It is so tasty and great if you cannot tolerate soy/legumes.

I just use the leftover almond pulp from one batch of almond milk, a couple tablespoons of tahini, a couple cloves of garlic, a splash of lemon juice, about 1/4 cup of olive oil, salt, cumin and coriander to taste.

As for tahini, I just make it. I always have toasted sesame seeds on hand. I put 1/4 of canola to 1 C sesame seeds in the food processor. It only makes enough for about two batches of hummus so there is no concern about using it before it spoils.
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Gotta add this to my list of recipes. Great use for WIC beans
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Re: Holy good Hummus (semi-homemade... no tahini!)

I have been making this recipe for hummus since it was originally posted in 2007!! I love it!
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Re: Holy good Hummus (semi-homemade... no tahini!)

my son has a cow dairy allergy. but I found some sheep milk creme freche I'll try with it. We really like hummus but we ate so much of it this summer I haven't made it in a few weeks.

always nice to put a spin on something good. hopefully it'll be even better
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I know this is a very old thread, but it is a fave of mine. Anybody make this in a blender? Looking to purge my food processor.

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Re: Holy good Hummus (semi-homemade... no tahini!)

Thank you for reviving this. I remember when it was first posted and I wanted to make it. You could prob. do it in the blender but would need to put at least some of the oil in the bottom to get it going.
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Ooh, yum! I'm gonna have to try this today. I don't have any sour cream, so I'll sub plain yogurt. That should work, right?

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