October 03, 2014
Since I received my Thermomix in December 2012, I have spent the better part of the past 18 months eating an inordinate amount of hummus! I have always loved hummus, but until I started making it myself on a regular basis, I didn’t understand just how wonderful this dip is.
Hummus with vegetable sticks. Hummus with organic corn chips. Hummus spread thickly on freshly baked almond bread with avocado, tomato and dukkah. Hummus used as a dressing, mixed generously through a crispy salad. Dollops of hummus on top of freshly baked vegan pizza. Yum!
So, here is a really basic hummus recipe that uses lots of lemon and is spiced subtly with cumin and paprika. You can use a food processor or even a blender to make this and, of course, it’s a snap if you’ve got a Thermomix.
My favourite way to serve this dip is with lots of fresh and crunchy vegetable sticks – normally carrot, celery, cucumber and red capsicum. Whatever sides you serve it with, I hope you come to love this recipe as much as I do and cook it regularly for yourself and your loved ones.
I like to drizzle my hummus with some good quality organic extra virgin olive oil and sprinkle with a little more ground cumin. Then serve this with your favourite sides – vegetable sticks, crackers, corn chips, or place big dollops on top of your next salad. Delicious!
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