Hummus is an ancient Middle Eastern dish that in recent years has become well known in Western countries.
Hummus is a dip that can be eaten with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic.
There are many ancient sources that link hummus to ancient periods and famous historical figures such as Saladin. Indeed, its ingredients: chickpeas, sesame, lemon and garlic were eaten in the area for a thousand years.
The hummus can be eaten as a hot granule, or a cold granulated salad, but it is most popular to eat it as a cold spread, served on a plate or in a pita, with all kinds of additives such as beans, egg, tahini, chips, salad, and more...
In the United States you can buy chocolate-flavored hummus in food stores:
Did you know? Hummus is a legume and is an excellent source of protein for vegans. You can make hummus at home, you don't have to buy it, and you can make healthy vegan hummus.
In honor of the hummus day, you have a good reason to wipe hummus, at home or in one of the many good hummuses restaurants around.
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