What do you spread over your bread? Is a question I hear very often on social media. An evergreen you shouldn’t miss is hummus.
The ingredients of hummus are almost always the same: Chickpeas, salt, pepper, lemon juice, olive oil. And of course, you can add further ingredients to your own taste. Dried or frozen spices are perfect to give your hummus an individual flavor.
This hummus with parsley is ideal for putting on bread, or as a dip with vegetables or other crackers. Together with a few olives, pickled tomatoes, garden radishes, sprouts, or some cress you have a nice snack on your plate.
This hummus with parsley is creamy and spicy. If you want to reduce the spice just use less salt or pepper. Lemon juice is a must and raises the taste of chickpeas and the parsley.
The hummus is ready to eat it right away or it can be stored in the fridge in an airtight container for a week. The hummus can also be stored in the freezer and take it out on demand.
1 can chick peas (400g)
70g olive oil
1 lemon, squeezed out
2 tsp salt
½ tsp pepper
Wash the chickpeas with cold water.
The parsley has to be blended, together with a little bit of the lemon juice.
Add chickpeas, lemon juice, salt, and pepper and blend all together until you get a creamy homogeneous spread.
Add olive oil.
Add salt and pepper on your own taste.
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