The hummus is a traditional Ancient Greek salad, creamy, constituted of chickpeas, tahini, vegetable oil, garlic and plenty of lemon.
The hummus is a traditional Ancient Greek salad, creamy, consisting of chickpeas, tahini, vegetable oil, garlic and plenty of lemon. The Houmous Salad, or more correctly «the hummus», a combination of sesame and chickpea. It contains tahini, grounded chickpeas, lemon and garlic. The sesame is a derivative of sesame, basically paste of ground sesame. It is a creamy salad, used in the Middle East as an appetizer.
Decorate with some parsley leaves or with an olive!
Hummus with sardine fillets, pine nuts and pomegranate
- Salad hummus Pitenis
- 3 tbsp. Pine
- ½ cup. pomegranate seeds
- 7-8 sardine fillets canned
- lots of fresh parsley
- or fresh coriander, chopped
- a little freshly ground cumin
Puree in multi chickpeas in a tin with the lemon juice, tahini, garlic and salt. Continue adding the oil little by little (as we do in mayonnaise). Grind until a velvety, tight cream. Transfer the hummus into a wide bowl and place over the remaining chickpeas, pine nuts, pomegranate and sardine fillets cut by hand. Pour a little more olive oil and sprinkle with parsley or coriander and cumin.
|Nutritional information per 100 g|
|1231 kj / 296 kcal