I've got the hummus! I would recommend not going all in with everything. Try less of the tahini and lemon to start. For us, we used 2 CANS of garbonzos, and the 1/3c tahini and 1/4 lemon worked just fine. Went with 4 large garlic cloves though. Keep the garbanzo juice, and add a little at a time until smooth. Add in about 1 tablespoon olive oil while mixing along with a good pinch of cayenne for spice. To me, hummus needs roasted red pepper. I threw in one nice sized piece from the jar, and it gave it the flavor it needed and a nice color. The Texan in me craves hot, so I top with chopped jalapeno when serving. YUM! EDIT TO ADD: Look for packaged, uncooked Chapati bread. It takes about a minute to cook, and gives you fresh cooked flatbread to eat with this wonderful dish.
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I've got the hummus! I would recommend not going all in with everything. Try less of the...