For us Paleo hummus fans out there, “pureed chickpeas” may not sound that appetizing. But hummus, a traditional Middle Eastern spread, has become a hot food trend that I’m sure you will want to enjoy.
You can’t find pre-made paleo hummus — typically made from pureed chickpeas, lemon juice or vinegar, garlic, tahini (sesame seed butter), and olive oil — in any grocery store or restaurants across the country. But the thing is it is easy to make at home.
There’s no arguing hummus is one of the tastiest, healthiest dips out there—and one of the easiest to make. Sure you can buy a tub at the grocery store, but learn how to make the paleo version, and you’ve got a framework to create countless variations that’ll keep your taste buds on their toes.
- In a food processor combine all ingredients together until smooth.
- Season with salt and pepper.