Salad Days Archives - Greenwich Pantry Blog
29 Apr




  1. Drain the chickpeas, saving the liquid.
  2. Put the chickpeas into blender with all the other ingredients and 4 tablespoons of liquid saved from tinned chickpeas.
  3. Blend until the mixture is smooth, adding more liquid as well as the natural yoghurt if necessary.

Serving suggestions

Serve with pitta bread and salad of your choice, for example:

Mediterranean salad

Nutrition Notes

This classic hummus recipe is a handy one to know because it uses chick peas which are full of fibre, protein and starch, a healthy food in and of themselves. For a more complete meal, you can serve chick peas with rice dishes, or alternatively make into a light snack like Hummus. It really does fill the gap on a busy day. Extra virgin oil is high in unsaturated fat which when used proportionately in cooking keeps our arteries working well.

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