Hummus Dip Recipe 2
Hummus is a great way to substitute a healthy, nutrient rich snack into your lunch for your usual unhealthy chips or pretzels. Hummus dip is also a quick snack to put together and travels well. Almost any recipe with hummus can be a tasty twist on the tradition chip and dip.
Many people might be wondering what hummus is, or what is a good recipe with hummus. Hummus is a spread made from ground chickpeas, that is almost like a paste-like consistency. The chickpea was first cultivated by the Phoenicians and then brought to the Middle East about 7,000 years ago. Hummus actually dates back to about 13th century Eg (more…)
Hummus is a great source of protein and is high in iron and vitamin C and also has significant amounts of folate and vitamin B6, which is a reason to find some great hummus brands and enjoy this tasty snack. There are many hummus brands out there that can make an easy hummus recipe at home, such as hummus dip or hummus spread which is great at parties or when the kids come home. There are many hummus brands that make dips such as roasted garlic hummus dip or roasted red pepper hummus dip. Hummus is typically a dip for vegetables or pita bread but can also be used as a sandwich spread.
According to market research, hummus consumption in the United States has increased 35 percent over 21 months, with sales on all hummus brands topping out at nearly $300 million. This is a huge improvement over when hummus first appeared in the United States in the 1960s and 1970s, when it was relegated to health food stores. However, over several decades it has become quite popular with consumers.
All a consumer has to do is scoop some into a serving platter, arrange some pita and vegetables and it makes the perfect appetizer for parties and something that the increasing number of vegetarians in America can enjoy and appreciate. However, even the biggest hummus fan might not be able to take on the Guinness Book of World Records dish of hummus, which weighed four tons.
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