Originally Posted by Kitchen Barbarian
Hmmm, ok, that just brings you back to this forum. Sorry, I thought there was a recipe section or something where these could be easily found.
After a LOT of mucking about with the search utility, I finally came up with these:
Are these the right ones? The only thing is, the one for hummus doesn't give ANY quantities...
Hummus is, IMO, a taste thing.
I usually use dry beans, cook those, skin those. I think a can has 15 oz. in it.
2 cans garbanzo beans(I'm guessing that would be about 4 cups)
1/4 c bean juice
garlic (I usually use 4-6 cloves, but it is to taste)
1/4-1/2 c olive oil
1/2 c freshly squeezed lemon juice (when using toasted walnuts, I use lime juice--ditto when using hot peppers)
1/8 tsp cayenne pepper
2-3 T tahini - to taste
Put every thing in an FP or blender and blend to reach the consistency you like.
I often add toasted walnuts, black olives, etc. For me, it is a "taste" thing.
This link might give you exact measurements:
The 9 Best Hummus Recipes (and homemade ezekiel chips) | Amy Layne Paradigm Blog