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Hummus chickpea

This weekend I have guests at home and I thought I would give them a "tasting menu" so that they know the riches of Arab cuisine. There are many people who do not know the food of the Arab countries, and I really tell you, whenever you have the opportunity, please try it. You will be surprised how exotic and tasty it can be.

One of the dishes that I am going to prepare for Saturday is the hummus. This dish could be compared to a very tasty chickpea cream or puree. It is believed that the origin is in Egypt, however, today it is a very widespread dish throughout Middle East. It is eaten with Arabic bread or pita bread, which we will cut into small triangles and which we will use to “dip”. It is important that to give it the authentic Arabic touch, you use tahini. It is a brown cream made from sesame (you can already find it in large stores).

Its preparation is very easy, it is a good idea to use as a starter, it is a very healthy dish and it can be left prepared in advance. I have used canned chickpeas (to shorten time) but, of course, if you want you can cook your own dried chickpeas. Let's go there!

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  1.   Carmen Saceda Martin said

    I don't know what that tahine thing is. Please tell me in which supermarket you buy it and in which department it is. Thank you. As soon as I have the ingredient, I do it. I love your page and especially your recipes.

    1.    Irene Thermorecetas said

      Hello Carmen, you can buy tahine at Carrefour, Alcampo, El Corte Inglés ... either in the international section or in the salsa, mayonnaise area ... Thank you!

  2.   paquiagui said

    Hello: I have tried to see how the tahine is made but I can't, in your recipe you indicate that it is made from sesame, but how? This recipe I have been told is fantastic and from what I have seen very fast. Thank you always.

    1.    Irene Thermorecetas said

      Hello Paquiagui, the tahine is not made by me, but I buy it already made. You can buy it at Carrefour, Alcampo, El Corte Inglés ... either in the international section or in the salsa, mayonnaise area ...

  3.   Cristina said

    Hello!! I love this recipe. Not long ago I prepared it in less quantity than it says here and I uploaded it to my blog. If you want to see the result here I leave you a link, it comes out very good:

    http://hadacocinera.blogspot.com.es/2012/03/hummus.html

    1.    Ángela said

      Well, I do not know how you will have been without the tahina or tahine. Only with sesame in grams you get the same?

      1.    Cristina said

        Well, the truth is that I like the way it looks, it's good. If someone does not find the ingredient that can see my result on my blog. I also leave you an appetizer that I made taking advantage of the hummus and that is also delicious:

        http://hadacocinera.blogspot.com.es/2012/03/rollitos-de-salmon-con-hummus.html

        Kisses for everyone!

    2.    Irene Thermorecetas said

      Hello Cristina! You have been phenomenal, congratulations. If it is delicious!

  4.   Valmita said

    Hello, I would like to make the recipe because I tried it one day and I loved it but I don't know where to buy the tahine. Any super that has it? Thank you.

    1.    Ángela said

      I bought it at Corty Stores Gourmet Club and it was not expensive. Also, say that it is a natural food with a high calcium content.

    2.    Maria Jose said

      You can find tahine in herbal stores, in Arabic food stores (it is much better) that are in practically all cities and in the English court supermarket in the area of ​​dietary products (at least in Valencia). I have been doing it for a long time and also, to soften, instead of adding water from the chickpea broth, I put two tablespoons of natural yogurt and to serve it over the oil, I put some toasted pine nuts (that's how they have served me in Arab restaurants). Hummus is delicious to me!

      1.    Valmita said

        Thank you both for answering me, I will look for it in courtingles, if there is luck.
        Kisses.

        1.    Irene Thermorecetas said

          Thank you very much girls for giving us a hand in answering the comments, what would we do without us !. In Madrid you can buy tahine at Carrefour, Alcampo, El Corte Inglés ... either in the international section or in the salsa, mayonnaise area ...

      2.    Irene Thermorecetas said

        Ohhhh María José, I really like your variety. I will try it next time, surely the yogurt of a very special point. Thanks for sharing!

  5.   Mexican recipes said

    I loved the recipe and although I struggled to find the tahine, I managed to buy it in the herbalist as they said, thanks for the recipe.

    1.    Irene Thermorecetas said

      How good! How glad I am that you found the Tahine and that you liked the result. Thanks for following us!

  6.   M @ Carmen said

    Hello, you have to cook, right ??? Is it eaten hot ??? How long ?? Thank you.

    1.    Irene Thermorecetas said

      Hello M @ Carmen, it is not cooked, it is eaten cold or at room temperature. You can take it as you prepare it. That easy!

  7.   Agnes said

    I'm writing down the recipe! With what I like Arab food, it will surely fall this weekend.

    1.    Ascend said

      Great, Ines. When you try it… tell us if you like it!
      Regards, Ascen

  8.   Maite said

    Maite I would like you to tell me that it is the tahine because I really don't fall now thanks

    1.    Irenearcas said

      Hello maite! Tahine is a paste that is made from sesame seeds. It is not essential to make the dish, but if it is a recipe that you are going to prepare with a certain frequency, it does not hurt to buy it. It keeps in the fridge for 6 months and you can find it in supermarkets or in specialized Arabic food stores, in vegetarian food stores or even in some herbalists. Lucky!

  9.   Irenearcas said

    How good Sandra! It is true that tahine gives it a unique touch, but I like hummus so much that when I don't have it ... I also prepare it ... it is sooooo good. Thanks for writing to us!

  10.   Sandra said

    Hi
    I would like to know how much would be the weight of raw chickpeas
    Greetings and I love your page

    1.    Irene Arcas said

      Hello Sandra, we could say that the basic rule is that a legume increases its size x3 during cooking. So in this case a jar of chickpeas usually brings about 400g so its approximate weight in dry chickpeas would be 133g. I hope I have helped you and thank you for following us !!