Parsley houmous

I would like to share one of my go to dips. It’s great for lunch in a sandwich, as an appetiser with dippage (carrots, cucumber and pita bread all good!) or just as a good old snack when you are a bit peckish. It’s a good all rounder as ‘they’ say! 

It takes just a few minutes to prepare and is absolutely Delish!

Parsley houmous
Serves 6
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Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
5 min
Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
5 min
Ingredients
  1. One tin of chickpeas in water (drained)
  2. Two cloves of garlic
  3. Juice of one lemon
  4. One heaped dessert spoon of tahini
  5. Six dessert spoons of olive oil
  6. A bunch of parsley
  7. Salt and pepper
Instructions
  1. This recipe couldn't be simpler. All you need is a food processor. You put all the ingredients in and whizz them up... That's it! Sometimes I add a little water if it needs to be a bit more loose. Everybody has different tastes when it comes to houmous. I like mine pretty garlicky and lemony but you can adjust all this to taste.
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I would really recommend you give homemade houmous a try. It really is so simple to make and you can pimp it up how you like. I have made it before with sliced cooked beetroot instead of the parsley. It gives it an earthy taste with a lovely pinky hue.. Or you could try roasted peppers.. The world is your oyster.

  
Enjoy x

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