I’m a sucker for hummus. I could literally go through a few tubs of it a day if it was constantly available to me. Throw it on some celery or pita chips and I’ll pretty much call it a meal. Normally I’m a spinach and feta hummus gal, but recently I decided to combine my favorite food in the world… guacamole…. with some garbanzo beans and make a Avocado Cilantro Hummus or you could be really fancy and call it guacamumus. It’s kinda my new favorite word
Anyway, I made a big batch of this the other night and pretty much fell in love. After dipping some pita in it for a little snack, I shmeared it on a tortilla and then threw on some chopped grilled chicken, red onions and raw corn to make a little chicken guacamumus wrap. It was perfection. A refreshing a healthy dinner!
Hummus is crazy easy to make at home. It’s just a few ingredients including garbanzo beans, tahini, olive oil and then whatever you want to use to flavor the hummus, in this case I chose a ripe avocado, a handful of fresh cilantro and a lemon. Throw it all into a food processor, give it a whirl, and you’ll end up with a creamy delicious hummus.
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