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    Hummus Bi-Tahina
    makes 3, 1/4 cup servings


    2 (15-oz) cans garbanzo beans, undrained


    3 small cloves garlic


    1/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon tahina (sesame seed paste)


    3 tablespoons water




    Drain garbanzo beans, reserving 1/4 cup liquid, and set aside. Position knife blade in food processor bowl. Drop garlic through food chute with processor running, and process 3 seconds or until minced. Add garbanzo beans, reserved 1/4 cup liquid, and remaining ingredients; process 3 minutes until smooth. Spoon mixture into a serving bowl. Serve with pita bread and raw vegetables. Yield: 3 cups.


    -Charity
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    That food "Hummus" seems to be a popular Jewish food, too. A Jewish friend of mine in Buenos Aires often makes that. I've never tried yet, but on the basis of your recipe I might.

    There are many Hummus foods here, too: http://www.ummah.com/family/
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      Re: Hummus bi-Tahina

      Originally posted by PeaceCharity
      Hummus Bi-Tahina
      makes 3, 1/4 cup servings


      2 (15-oz) cans garbanzo beans, undrained


      3 small cloves garlic


      1/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon tahina (sesame seed paste)


      3 tablespoons water







      Drain garbanzo beans, reserving 1/4 cup liquid, and set aside. Position knife blade in food processor bowl. Drop garlic through food chute with processor running, and process 3 seconds or until minced. Add garbanzo beans, reserved 1/4 cup liquid, and remaining ingredients; process 3 minutes until smooth. Spoon mixture into a serving bowl. Serve with pita bread and raw vegetables. Yield: 3 cups.


      -Charity

      I use olive oil, lemon juice and cumin when I make hummus. I use the liquid from the beans only if it is too thick. When it is finished, I spread in a serving platter and garnish with cumin and paprika. What I would like to know is how is it made without a food procesor - does anyone know? It probably is quite labor intensive.
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