Lebanese Hammus

Hummus is a delicious Middle-Eastern dip made from boiled Chickpeas, lemon juice, and Tahini sauce and which is served as an appetizer with pita bread. The word Hummus literally translates to chickpeas from Arabic. Its origins are believed to be from the Shami region (Lebanon/Syria/Palestine/Jordan) however the Lebanese are pushing hard to reclaim credit for it. A couple of years ago a large group of Lebanese chefs broke the Guinness world record by creating the largest Hummus plate in the world weighing over 2 Tons, that’s more than 4,000 lbs of Hummus just to make a statement that Hummus is originally Lebanese.


Total Cooking time: Ready In 15 min after boiling chickpeas.

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