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Snacks Syn free hummus (ee or green day)

Kwise1

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INGREDIENTS

1 tin chick peas , drain liquid into a cup as you will need some
1 lemon, squeezed
1 Large Clove Garlic
Salt
Smoked Paprika
Garlic Powder
Frylight

METHOD

Put chickpeas in a food processor with the garlic and a little of the chickpea liquid and whizz on high power until smooth. Add more liquid if too thick. Keep scraping the sides of the bowl down and re-whizz where needed

Add the juice of 1 lemon, a shake of smoked paprika, salt and a shake of garlic powder.

Whizz again

Taste and season as you prefer using additional salt, paprika or garlic powder

It really is down to taste.

Then add a few sprays of Frylight and whizz again.

Refrigerate - it tastes better- also I found it was even better the next day ;)
Yum

Serve with sliced red,orange and yellow peppers, cucumber and carrot batons

Kx

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#2
Thank you! Can't wait to try this - going shopping today and will pick up the bits I need. I have been desperate for low syn snacks which are savoury rather than sweet. :eatdrink051:
 

kdub24

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mmmmmm yours looks lovely, but i done a version of this the other day t'was nice but i think i overdone it on the garlic needed more lemon juice 2.
 

Kwise1

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kdub24 said:
mmmmmm yours looks lovely, but i done a version of this the other day t'was nice but i think i overdone it on the garlic needed more lemon juice 2.
I think the garlic and lemon part is definitely something that should be altered to your own taste ;)

Helenbeth said:
It's a winner :) I added some jalapeno for a little extra pep, and served it up with a shake of paprika on the top. Lovely.
Glad you liked it :thankyou:

Kx

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#6
I have been looking at this recipe for months thinking would it taste as good as the reduced fat hummous that I generally buy in tesco... Just to say I made this today took half out as made by your recipe then added fresh coriander to the remaining half and whizzed again, I am amazed at how gorgeous this hummous is I LOVE it thankyou so much for sharing. I follow your food dairy and herby cheese potatoes are next on my list. You are an inspiration xxx
 
#10
Yummy just made it delish!!! Xxxxx
 
#11
I've been making my own houmous using a recipe similar to this and it's lovely.... I'm very heavy handed with the garlic sometimes though and alienate my family... Oops!

Better than shop bought in my opinion and I sometimes make it with loads of roasted red pepper so get my 1/3 superfree!
 
#12
I put a lot of garlic in mine .....l.so much I've just had to at a mint but I don't care lol xxxx
 
#14
This is basically the same as the recipe I use from Appitite for Reduction - it's so good!

I usual do mine without the paprika and then add jalapeño and coriander - it tastes lovely and has a real firey kick to it :)
 

salski

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#15
I made this at weekend...took it to work and lots of comments about how it smelt (GARLIC) and the day after how I smelt too :) worth it...it's delicious! X
 

salski

Manchester City FC!
#19
Last night I made chickpeas and a huge handful of stuffed parsley, chilli, garlic salt and pepper. A_mah_zing!!
 
#20
Yum, just made this! will be munching guilt free with crudites for my superfree...only problem is i have a crap food processor so had to add quite a bit of water for it to blend at all, came out chunky which is cool with me but i think i'll be investing in a proper food processor when i have some money!
 


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