Wheat Thins and Hummus

Posted by (twitter: @sowbug)
April 19th, 2009 10:08 am

Hummus is easy to make if you have the ingredients. One can of garbanzo beans, one clove of garlic (READ THAT CAREFULLY. IT DOES NOT SAY “ONE BULB.”), some olive oil, and tahini. Mix them up in a food processor and eat.

Since you don’t have tahini, your options are (1) leave it out, but put in more olive oil to make up for it, (2) see whether you have any sesame seeds in the cupboard, and put those in (again, add olive oil).


4 Responses to “Wheat Thins and Hummus”

  1. crux says:

    If you have a food processor + sesame seeds + olive oil, you can make a nice tahini by toasting the seeds in a pan (I do mine until they start to make little crackling sounds), letting them cool, then whirring up with olive oil until you reach a slightly runnier than peanut butter consistency.

    I approve of this food entry!

  2. jlnr says:

    Mmmhhhhhhhhhh, hummus 😐

    Too bad I have none of the ingredients nor a food processor, and my favorite Falafel place is closed on Sundays…

  3. sowbug says:

    Ah, I haven’t tried the toasting step. Next time for sure. Thanks for the tip!

  4. sameer23 says:

    Now i am getting f imvu hacks are for the imvu credits.

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