I would advise using canned chick peas for this recipe. I made it with my own cooked chicks and the smell really turned me off from i t.
I love hummus and I love caesar salad so I could wait to try this. I wasn't disappointed. Easy and tasty. My favorite kind of recipe. MADE FOR ZWT 4 FOR THE DAFFY DAFFODILS
this is such a cool spin on hummus...thanks!!
SUper easy and tasty way to make a ben dip/hummous. I used only a minimal amount of the Kraft Classic Caesar Dressing (it is very thick and my can of garbanzo beans is only 15oz) to achieve the thicker consistency I like and lots of lemon and garlic. :) WE loved this - will try next time adding some red pepper flakes for some heat (personal preference). A KEEPER since hummous is a daily part of my meals with veggies and thin triscuits.....now I can make my own fast!!!! **Made for ZWT4**
I love bean dips as they make a perfect midday snack with a slew of fresh vegetables. My dip started with a 14.5 ounce can of chickpeas so I started with a half cup of fat free Ceaser dressing, which turned out for me a little too much. (I like a realllly thick dip that clings to my veggies.) A third cup would be perfect for that size and for a 19 ounce can 1/2 cup would be just right. I loved how easy this was and will make it often. Also, and this will vary by brand, never noticed until now but my brand of dressing (Good Seasonings) is a little on the sweet side. The added garlic and lemon canceled most of that out but I also tossed in a handful of Italian flat leaf parsley as well and that further cut the sweetness. Good stuff.
I used half the amount of salad dressing and this came out with a perfect consistency. My can of Garbanzo beans was also less than 19 ounces. I liked that the flavors were different from traditional hummus. Thank you mama!!!
Easy to make, but the salad dressing was very strong and over powering. Found the consistency to be rather runny as well. May be good for some, but not those looking for a traditional hummous taste.