Whenever I donâ€™t feel like making a complicated dish for dinner or I have run out of greens, I make this hummus I learned at this yearâ€™s Raw Spirit Fest in D.C. I also add some cut veggies, usually left over veggies, to make a â€œMediterraneanâ€ dinner or plate that comes out amazing with very little effort.
1 cup of Sunflower Seeds
2/3 cup of Hazelnuts
1/3 cup of Sesame Seeds
1 Tbs. Raw Tahini
2 cloves of Garlic
2 Tbs. Bariani Olive oil
The juice of Â½ Lime or Lemon
Organic Cumin seed powder and Salt to taste
Â½ cup water
Â½ cup sun dried black olives
Using the food processor, combine the seeds and nuts; add tahini, olive oil, salt, garlic, cumin, lemon or line juice and begin mixing. After most of the nuts are grind, begin adding some water until you reach the desired consistency. I personally like it very smooth and liquid, but you can decide how much water to add. Add the sun dried black olives and continue to mix in the food processor until smooth.
Cut other vegetables such as broccoli, celery, carrots, cucumbers, red peppers, etc, and serve as a meal. It takes a few minutes and everyone loves the hummus.
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