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My "Vegetarian" Dinner 1/25/15

I love Hummus! 
I make it so much I no longer need a recipe (I will link the recipe that I memorized at the bottom of the page).
 I decided to do something different with it this time though. I added spicy guacamole.... so good!
(in this picture I'm just showing off my dipping bowls)

The "basics" for Hummus are lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, chickpeas, and tahini. That's good but not enough so I season mine as you see. I like adding turmeric because it's beyond healthy and it makes the taste interesting!  


I can't eat Pita Bread so French Fries are a nice substitute. Plus we are french fry-aholics like I stated in last night's post.


Making Hummus in the blender is the easiest way to me and it comes out the consistency I like, the food processor can't get it fine/smooth enough. 
I had no idea the guacamole was going to thicken it up so much.


Pickles (dill), French Fries (GF), and Hummus!!!!! = AWESOME!
Tastes better than it looks, trust me!

 
To make your own Hummus visit: http://cookinwithmommy.blogspot.com/2015/09/its-hummus-time.html

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