Kelly’s Hummus

At the pacs party, there was lots of delicious food, including this hummus. I was surprised to find out that Kelly made it herself – in her shiny new food processor. Young adult life these days is such that appliances are a total luxury. I can’t wait until I won’t have to save up to buy even the smallest items, like a zester. Sigh…I may be totally broke, but I also have the freedom to move to France, so I will stop complaining!

Kelly thought of this recipe herself. It’s very simple but VERY delicious. You’ve been warned!

Sundried Tomato Hummus
by Kelly

Ingredients

2 cans of chickpeas, drained and rinsed
olive oil
1 clove of garlic, peeled and roughly chopped
1 small package of sundried tomatoes
the juice of one lemon
salt
pepper

Instructions

In the bowl of a food processor, add the garlic, 1/2 can of chickpeas, and some of the sundried tomatoes. Pulse a few times until garlic is distributed.

Look at that byoot!

Add the rest of the chickpeas and blend. Add more of the sundried tomatoes and the lemon juice, salt, and pepper all to taste.

We added and tasted together until we got the perfect result! 🙂

Add olive oil until it reaches the consistency you want. Serve with pita, chips, veggies, or a spoon!

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3 thoughts on “Kelly’s Hummus

  1. Sun-dried tomato hummus? That sounds amazing! I have never tried this and I do love any kind of spread with the word hummus at the end. If only I could find good sun-dried tomatoes in Holland. The Greek ones are the best but I’m a long way from home.

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