Some of my best recipes are invented when I need to improvise. I made Hummus last week and only one day later, it started to taste funny. I knew that if I wait any longer it will go bad, so I decided to bake it and make a variation to Falafel, which I love dearly, but don’t want to eat very often because it’s deep-fried. I used a different recipe that classic Falafel and a mixture of herbs that grow in our garden.
The outcome was light and delicious so I decided to share it. I recommend eating it with a sauce – Tahini, vegan yogurt or even this sauce that I made for Malai kofta (I tried it with the sauce and loved it). It’s a great snack to have when you’re looking for a bite to eat.
This is the Hummus recipe that I used.
*I never tried making it just from chickpeas but it shouldn’t be too complicated – just longer because you would need to soak and cook the chickpeas (follow the Hummus recipe instructions)