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#1 Old 10-06-2014, 10:24 PM
 
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Pumpkin Hummus with Cinnamon Sugar Chips

Perfect for autumn!!

I especially like the baked chips (which is such a dangerous recipe for me to have because I will make them every chance I get!)

Here's the recipe ~~

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Yummmm...

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This looks life changing. Is all hummus made with 'de-skinned' chickpeas? I tried to make my own once and it was the most disgusting thing ever, maybe that was the problem...
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^^^ The hummus I've made myself hasn't been disgusting, but it hasn't matched the hummus I often have at Middle Eastern restaurants or buy in stores. The problem has been, I make mine with dry chickpeas which I soak and cook- and I just can't get them tender enough to mash properly. Tasty, absolutely!... but the texture isn't right. I haven't tried skinning them, but I doubt that was the problem.

I don't know if I'd like sweet hummus... I think the traditional chickpea-tahini-lemon-garlic kind is THE FOOD OF THE GODS... but cinnamon and maple rock, too...

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I have made my own hummus and it is worlds better than store bought! I must admit that I have a high speed blender (Blendtec) and it has made a huge difference in creaminess. I wonder if a food processor would work too? My old cheap blender didn't get my hummus very creamy. I don't skin my chickpeas first at all. And I have used both canned and dried/cooked chickpeas with success. I tend to use very little oil but more tahini and may add a little almond milk. Here is a batch of roasted red pepper hummus I made a while ago. This batch isn't as smooth as some of my batches but it was a hit at work.
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