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Humus

Humus

This is a well-known Middle Eastern dish: light, vegetarian, rich in vegetable fibers and mineral salts. Nut contains vegetable protein, sesame paste tahina — vitamins B and E, and olive oil — polyunsaturated fatty acids. This dish is especially recommended in case of weakening of immunity or in the period of recovery after illness, it also has the property of lowering cholesterol. Spices increase appetite and improve digestion, and garlic helps fight high blood pressure. To add a dish of carbohydrates, we serve a pita bread for him. Hummus is a hearty and healthy dish, ideally suited for a vegetarian diet.

COOKING TIME: 3 hours 20 minutes

Ingredients

Chickpeas (boiled) 200 g
Spices (tahin paste) 25g
Spices (cumin (crushed or powdered in powder)) 3 g
Garlic (without core) 3 g
Lemon (lemon juice) 8 g
Oil (olive) 30 g

Soak chickpeas in the water for the night. Boil it in salted water (to taste, you can also add carrots or onions) for three hours, until the chickpeas become soft. For cooking hummus at home, you can use canned chickpeas in a jar — the taste will be almost the same, but it will save you time.

Boil the chickpeas in a blender with garlic, lemon juice, cumin, tahini paste and a little water in which chickpeas were brewed, add the olive oil. If the paste is very thick, you can add a little more water. It is better to have a thick base and add water later. For 200 grams of boiled chickpeas, add about 150 grams of water.

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