Spicy Roasted Red Bell Pepper Hummous

Israel has a zillion versions of hummous, but this is one version I could only find in the States. This was developed over trial and error (and lots of searching for recipes) until I got it just right.

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2hrs 20mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Boil the garbanzo beans till very well done.
  • This could take up to 2 hours.
  • Drain the water, saving 2 cups for later.
  • Place the beans in a food processor.
  • Blend to a smooth consistency, adding the lemon juice and tahini a little at a time.
  • Add the roasted red peppers, onions, garlic and spices (don't forget the salt).
  • Check the thickness of the hummous.
  • If it's too thick for it to properly blend, then add a little garbanzo water at a time, until it's reached the thickness you prefer.
  • Transfer the hummus to a bowl.
  • Mix in the chopped parsley in with a wire whisk.
  • Taste and adjust seasoning.
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"Israel has a zillion versions of hummous, but this is one version I could only find in the States. This was developed over trial and error (and lots of searching for recipes) until I got it just right."
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  1. Shelley aka Rachelle
    Mirj--my mouth is watering! I'll be doing this tonite for pre dinner appetizers for son & daughter-in-law (she's Hungarian descent) but will use canned garbanzos cause I'm lazy.
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  2. Sharon123
    Mirj, this is delicious! I took it to a potluck at church and it went over very well! Nice flavor-I did half the recipe. Yum, thank you for posting!
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  3. Mirj2338
    Israel has a zillion versions of hummous, but this is one version I could only find in the States. This was developed over trial and error (and lots of searching for recipes) until I got it just right.
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