It took me a lot to choose this month’s recipe, so that the summer came before me deciding, that’s why the good temperature outside have chosen for me, to bake peppers on the tiles on my terrace. Therefore the recipe:
Humus with red peppers (baked on the tiles on the terrace)!
It pairs with raw vegetables, such as cucumber or carrot, so if you are on a diet, you can try it. I will put it on bread with gluten, because even the extra-healthy stuff can damage you. 🙂
-2 red peppers (cut into 4 and without seeds, baked on the grill… Go away dude, I baked them completely and cleaned them of seeds after that because I know this way better :))
-400g of chickpeas in a can (I took two cans of 250 g drained and used everything)
-2 cloves of garlic
-30 ml (2 tablespoons) of tahini / sesame paste – if you have it, if not, it will be like mine without 🙂
-the juice of half a lemon
-3 tablespoons of olive oil
-a bit of paprika, for the artist’s eye (L.E. after I tasted it: well, paprika also gives taste, it’s not just for the eye :)))
I joked about baking :)))
Did you bake the peppers, let them sweat in a covered pot (the book says to leave them in a plastic bag, but we are environmentalists, right? :)) and then cleaned them of the seeds? Did you put the rest of the ingredients in the blender and blend them until the cream came out? Did you transfer the hummus to a bowl and powder it with paprika? Well, that was the whole philosophy, keep up the good work :).
The final product. You blend more heavily, for me it’s okay like this: I made it, I eat it :))) P.S. Does it happen to you to take 34 pictures and in the end to choose the first one as the most representative? :)))
If you are wondering why I chose this recipe, then I have to admit, because I was lazy and it was very hot – couldn’t find a faster recipe to use less heat. 🙂 And I’m not sorry because the taste is nice and I think it will be even better after the ingredients chat a bit in the fridge. 🙂 Otherwise I’ve liked many recipes again, there are a lot of kinds of bread that I would like to try, delicious desserts for my soul mate… If not soon, surely in winter I resume the cookbook. 🙂
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