I know what you’re thinking. Hummus? The ubiquitous hummus which seems to be present at every gathering for the last 10 years? Have you ever tried making your own hummus from dried chickpeas? Prepare yourself for a new experience with this famous Middle Eastern dish.
This will take a little more time but soaking the dried chickpeas and starting from scratch has its rewards. Also, think about changing from eating plain hummus. What can you put on top of the hummus to make it more exciting? Check out my recipe index and use some of the recipe ideas to create a new experience in hummus eating: caponata, roasted Roma tomatoes, ratatouille, cauliflower zaalouk, Swiss chard with pine nuts, raisins and black olives or Greek salad.