Classic Hummus

November 09, 2015 0 Comments

Classic Hummus

Some say hommus, others hummus, it doesn't matter really because it all spells awesome. Made from chickpeas, hummus is packed full of protein and fibre, meaning it will keep you fuller for longer. Try adding it to your salads, sandwiches or as a healthy dip with veggies for sustained energy.


400g chickpeas - cooked or tinned (make sure you rinse them)
juice of 1 lemon
1 tbs tanihi
1 tbs good quality extra virgin olive oil (with a robust flavour)
1 tsp ground cumin
1-2 cloves of garlic
Himalayan salt to taste
Smoked paprika, Dukkah or sesame seeds to sprinkle on top


Place all ingredients in a blender, Thermomix, Vitamix, or under a hand held stick blender.

Whiz until smooth. If your lemon is not juicy - add a little water until you reach your desired consistency.
Transfer to an airtight container, dust with smoked paprika and add to everything!

Go crazy with your flavours

Hummus is great as is but you can get a little creative and try adding things like
  • capsicum
  • different herbs like coriander
  • chilli for extra oomph
  • olives
  • caramelised onions

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