Although the origin of hummus is Egyptian, nowadays it is becoming more and more typical in every home in the world, including Spain. Cooking this delicious snack is the perfect option if you do not have so much time but you want a healthy version. There many varieties apart from the original one, which will be described here.
This recipe is really quick and easy for those who are not really good at cooking. Besides, this will surprise your guests!
As it was above-mentioned, there are different versions, for example, hummus of pepper, black olive or even avocado. However, there are as many options as you can imagine, here you have the creative power.
The traditional way to serve this snack is with toasted Pita bread. However, if you want to make it healthier, crudités are a perfect option! This recipe is very versatile, as you can also use this paste for your toasts, either for breakfast, snacks, or dinners.
Another tip for a better presentation of the dish is to add a splash of olive oil, some leftover chickpeas and paprika (if it is ‘Pimentón de la Vera’ paprika, even better!).