3 Reviews

Thanks for posting this, it was exactly what I was looking for, I wanted to make some hummus but had no tahini...I didn't have any cumin, so I skipped that step, added an extra clove of garlic. I don't have a real food processor, just an attachment on my blender, so I don't know if that made a difference, I had to use a few more tablespoons of reserved liquid. I found your recipe after making another pita chip recipe so I didn't get to try it your way yet. Thanks meow :-)

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J e l i s a January 16, 2004

Yum! This was good, I doubled the recipe and it came out well, but little too garlic-y. Next time I would use roasted garlic or saute the garlic first. Thanks for a great hummus-like receipe for when I run out of tahini!

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NYCDietitian September 11, 2007

This review is for the bean dip only. I made this to spread on my toasted english muffin this morning. I liked it because I could omit the oil for a completely fat free spread. It was easy---and GREAT. Don't forget the salt and pepper which are mentioned in the instructions, but omitted in the ingredient list.

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*Cathy* June 06, 2005
Whole Wheat Pita Chips With Garbanzo Bean-Cumin Dip