Making Hummus Dip and Kuboos for Breakfast

in dlive •  4 months ago

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Unplanned breakfast.

There was a knock on our door. We were definitely not expecting anybody, but this was something we get from time to time.

Which is definitely welcome! 😊

A few months ago, I wrote here about our generous neighbors. They'd give almost anything from biscuits and juices to biryani. There were times they even gave fresh camel milk!

What do I do with camel milk?

Well, camel milk is being sold commercially, but I don't know how to handle these fresh ones straight from the camel so we don't drink it.

Chickpeas

This time around, we were given chickpeas.

Yeah, I know. What do we do with perhaps 3kilograms of chickpeas?!

Yeah. Chickpeas.

Cooked chickpeas from our neighbor.

Then I thought, I could perhaps make hummus?

Hummus is an Arabic dip made from mashed chickpeas mixed with lemon juice, salt, cumin powder, olive oil and tahini (sesame seed paste).

I personally love this dip with fresh veggies like carrot sticks. I even buy this from the store, sometimes fresh, sometimes canned.

So when I got the opportunity, I took it and made my own hummus dip.

For the first time.

My very own homemade hummus dip.

Here's what I did:

I just tossed a cup of cooked chickpeas into the food processor (which is actually my unused baby food processor), add 2 cloves of garlic and spin.

Add 2 tsp of lemon juice, olive oil and some water from the chickpeas. Spin until you get the desired consistency.

I did not have tahini nor cumin powder but it sid not matter because the cooked chickpeas was already salted and had some jalapenos already.

The result was just as good.

But wait!

I don't have carrots to dip into my hummus! face palm!

What else would be good with hummus then?

A-ha! Kuboos!

Another butt but-wait...

We don't have kuboos either and I am lazy to go outside and buy it.

But I'm in the mood to make it...

Kuboos

Kuboos is an Arabic flat (Pita) bread. You can eat it with meat, like in a shawarma or add cheese as in a manakeesh.

This time, I made kuboos to eat it with the hummus.

Again, it was my first time making kuboos.

I was surprised that it can be cooked on the stove top, not baked. Cool.

How to make Kuboos

You will need:

  • 2 cups all purpose flour
  • 1 tsp instant yeast
  • 3/4 cup warm water
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tsp salt

Combine yeast and sugar, add the warm water and set aside for 5 minutes for the yeast to activate.

Add the flour and salt to the activated yeast and mix into a soft dough.

Knead the dough and form a ball, set aside and let rise for 1 -2 hrs (while waiting I prepared the hummus).

The dough will double in size. Make small balls (I made 8), flatten and cooked on a hot pan.

Kuboos cooking on a pan.

It was a very satisfying breakfast. My family enjoyed it. I did not even have a chance to photograph them. They finished it in a flash. Haha.

Anyhow, at least I was able to record how I prepared it. Enjoy watching!

I also uploaded the video on youtube:

❤️️ Arlyn

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My video is at DLive

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Wow homemade hummus!!! It sounds doable and thank you for sharing the recipe @arrliinn! My husband loves hummus but I have never tried making. We go to Arabian restaurants for it every now and then :)

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Yup! It's fairly easy. I bet you can make it too!

great great

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Sure, I will! Thanks!

Love ko yan. Yummy. Pahinge po :)

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Sarap noh... Hindi ko cia makain ng buong chickpeas, pero gusto ko ung hummus. Haha

I always look for recipes to use chickpeas in! I’m not a huge fan of hummus but I like how healthy it is. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us and including the video. I enjoyed watching with all the graphics and music ;)

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😊 I'm glad you liked the video! I only recently come to love hummus too and I still don't like chickpeas as it is. 😆

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