so i’ve had 2 cans of chickpeas & a can of tahini sitting next to my food processor, since i used it the other day to make breadcrumbs, as a reminder. only problem was, i was outta lemon juice. here i take an idea from How it all Vegan, and use apple cider vinegar for lemon juice in this super thick hummus. i’ll give you a variation at the end if you want something a little thinner. this could also be called: don’t have any lemon juice or chips or pitas or bread, but i don’t care, i’ll eat it with a spoon anyway, hummus. this is also a good consistency for spreading on sandwiches or bagels.
ty’s apple cider vinegar hummus
2 cans chickpeas, drained and rinsed
1/4 c. apple cider vinegar
1/2 c. water
1/2 c. tahini
1 tbsp. dried parsley
1 tsp. garlic powder
1/4 tsp. onion powder
pinch of cumin
cayenne pepper to taste, i use a lot
few grinds of sea salt & pepper, to taste
1. In a measuring cup, add vinegar, water and tahini, and pour into food processor. (adding the tahini last lets you measure it out without getting the cup all oiled up!) pulse until combined. it will thicken up rather quickly.
2. Add all other ingredients and pulse to desired consistency.
** if you want thinner hummus add a tablespoon of olive oil & more water by the tablespoon until desired texture is achieved. **