Here we have a recipe that I made not that long ago, and I still had the tab open on my browser. When I refreshed the tab to look at it again, well, it’s gone! I tried searching for it and found a partial version of it, but it appears that the website is gone. This is not the exact one since I made changes, anyway, but I guess it doesn’t matter at this point.
When I saw this recipe I was intrigued and excited to find another use for tahini (I often use some of a jar and am left with a random amount). And then I tried to do a little research to find other recipes like this one. I didn’t have much luck. I actually started by trying to find this on the Food Network’s website to see if people reviewed it or talked about it, but nothing. No tips/tricks/warnings. So, I went into it not knowing what to expect.
With today being a day off for many people, I wanted to keep today’s post short and sweet. Or, at least, short. It’s more savory than sweet. I knew making hummus should be fairly simple, but I had never made it before. K was really excited and wants us to make it again. If you can make guacamole, you can make hummus. The main thing was picking up chickpeas and tahini. Don’t forget that sometimes chickpeas are labeled garbanzo beans. For the tahini, it is a bit pricey, but you will use it again in another recipe later this week. Besides, if you like hummus, you can easily keep it in your pantry and use the tahini again and again.