This recipe is inspired by the many hummus recipes I have seen, but had added oil & were lacking the flavor I was seeking. It's classified as Greek for the actual Hummus part, and Indian for the coriander/cumin/cayenne combo, which is common in Indian food, and gives this dip an interesting twist. Tahini is sesame (seed) butter, and the best thing to use for the right flavor, but use peanut butter instead if you have to.
Before I moved to San Antonio, I used to buy this fabulous "Lucky Seven Vegetable Couscous", but can't find it here. Desperate for the flavor, I tried without success to find the recipe on the web. After some browsing, I took some of the listed ingredients from various recipes I found & came up with this. My family LOVED it! You could add some cooked cubed chicken to this to make a one-dish meal. You can also add more vegetables such as sweet red peppers or squash, and use vegetable broth instead of chicken for a vegetarian dish.
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