Hummus is a type of food made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with lemon juice, salt, garlic, tahini, and olive oil. Interestingly, the word “hummus” is Arabic for “chickpeas”, and unsurprisingly, hummus is an impeccably popular dish in the Middle East. There are also a bevy of recipes with hummus in the United States, including spicy hummus dip, roasted garlic hummus dip, and a number of other hummus spreads.
One reason hummus is so popular in the United States is that it is delicious. Top-quality organic hummus dips are often preferred to other fatty dips like cheesy dips, sour cream, and buffalo chicken wing dip. Because hummus has less (more…)
06 Mar 2014