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Garlic Butter Hummus
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k December 27, 2020
I really enjoyed this. I don't keep tahini on hand so having another option to use butter instead is great. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
LadyR December 22, 2020
If you can't eat garbanzo beans or others, I grilled marinated thick egg plant slices with skins on, on the bbq. Let cool a bit to room temperature and process as with the chickpeas. I added sweet paprika. The garlic I often use is natural purée from my sterilized glass jar (to prevent toxin spores) of golden oven-roasted garlic cloves. Either combo is great as garlic baguette sliced on the diagonal crostini topping tapas. ENJOY!
eluu April 25, 2020
A stupendously easy hummus recipe, though more of a garlic spread than hummus-y to me. A tasty, buttery spread, nonetheless, but not quite what I imagined. Upon first incorporating it in the machine, the result was quite loose but a little pop into the fridge firmed the spread delicately appropriate. An easy hummus to make when the pantry is bare!
judy June 5, 2019
Allergic to chickpeas. Hummus is readily made with any canned beans, I have found. Our local Fred Meyer has an organic store brand that is a combined pinto, pink and black bean that is really good. Another favorite for me is/are Maya Coba beans, whicare are particularly smooth and creamy. I use a hand food processor instead of electric, and mine come out a bit rustic, but that is ok. Still taste great. And so many add in options, depending what is in the fridge. happy Hummus,, my friends.
Lynn D. May 5, 2019
This is intriguing. I know butter and garbanzos go well together because I often make whipped garbanzos with melted butter and other seasonings in place of masked potatoes. Good with lamb chops.
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