This week we head to the enchanting Middle East for a delicious hummus recipe that will surely delight the entire family…even the pickiest of eaters! This recipe is also a great one to let your kids help you with and get them excited about cooking and different cultures! Don’t forget to pick your favorite bread or chip for dipping and enjoy!
Lebanon is a country in the Middle East on the Mediterranean Sea.
Did you know that the ancient people living in Lebanon were called Phoenicians?
They invented the Phoenician alphabet which is the predecessor of the alphabet we use today.
This hummus recipe is from our good friend and Club Bébé Voyage member Dina Jabbour Krüger.
800g chickpeas (tin)
8 tbsp. tahini
Juice of 3 lemons
2 tsp ground garlic
1 tbsp. yogurt
Salt to taste
Open the cans of chickpeas, rinse them and boil them for a few minutes.
Drain the chickpeas.
Mash them in a mixer.
Add Tahini, garlic, lemon juice, salt. Mix again
Add yogurt, mix again.
Add a little olive oil to taste.
Little Fingers Can
Children of all ages can be involved in the entire process of this hummus recipe. They just require adult supervision to drain hot food and operate mixers, but they will be extra excited to try it knowing they also helped to make it!
Let us know how you liked this Lebanese hummus recipe in the comments below! We love to hear reader success stories! Also, if you happen to have an amazing recipe from your home country/region, please send it our way as well. We are always looking for a great way to get people to travel from home! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you would like to share!
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