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Hummus with Tahina
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Hummus is Arabic for chick pea and the spread of the same name is chick peas mixed with tahina. You can find tahina at most stores -- it is sold as a thick paste.

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Ingredients

1 can chickpeas
2-3 clove garlic, crushed
5 tbl. tahina
juice of one lemon
2 tbl. chopped fresh coriander
2 tbl. olive oil
Salt

Directions

  1. Add ingredients to food processor and mix until smooth
  2. Add water or extra lemon juice to adjust consistency
  3. Add extra olive oil (a little bit at a time) to make smooth
  4. Serve with a sprinkle of paprika on top for color and drizzle with a little bit of olive oil just before serving.

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John says...
Rating is 4

It interesting to hear that LA Jewish poiatulpon is mostly Sephardic (in Yugoslavia, we had a big Jewish poiatulpon that ran away from Spain and settled in Bosnia, even though we are geographically closer to Eastern Europe).My friends in Michigan were Ashkenazi Jews and their cuisine sounded really familiar to what I used to rat growing up (minus some Balkan specialties brought over by the Ottoman Turks).Food anthropology always fascinated me and I love learning about different customs.Our Serbian Easter (next Sunday) is a very simple affair - all dishes celebrate the arrival of spring: roasted lamb, new potatoes, bibb lettuce with spring onions and radishes and if you want to splurge, a side dish of peas or spinach. I am sticking to simplicity, just like you:)
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