Last Updated on March 14, 2021 by admin
Hummus is an obvious staple for plant-eaters. It is so delicious. It’s beautifully smooth and swirled and something that makes most dinner and lunches complete and
If you are eating an SOS free vegan diet, it’s important that you make your own hummus. Almost all store-bought containers of hummus have added salt, oil, and sugar. But with a few simple tricks for making the best homemade hummus, you’ll never want to buy hummus from the store again, believe me.
Here are my favorite Recipies on the internet today for SOS Free (Oil-Free) Hummus. Remember, if the recipe includes oil, sugar or salt. Than just exclude that from the recipe. It tastes delicious anyway. The same if it includes any special hard to buy groceries, then I just exclude it as well.
The basic ingredients such as chickpeas, lemon juice, sesame seeds (Tahini), cumin and garlic come a long way and taste delicious. Because Tahini is quite fat in comparison I have made versions without Tahini and sesame seeds and you can make those delicious as well. If you are on a weight loss diet perhaps this is your best option to start out with.
Anyway, from this base, you can start experimenting with your own SOS free spices and ingredients. It is hard to go wrong and I am sure it will be fantastic whatever you do with your Hummus.
This is my favorite hummus recipes! With these simple tricks, you really can make creamy smooth homemade SOS free hummus and yes, I really do think it’s a lot better than store-bought.
Here are my favorites SOS free recipes of Hummus. The first one I like is from Fork over Knives.
- Forks over knives
- The Spruce Eats
- Plant Eaters Manifesto
- My Plant-Based Famliy
- Cearas Kitchen
- Fat Free Vegan Kitchen
What is Hummus?
Hummus is an ancient recipe and a Levantine (Middle East) dip or spread made normally from cooked, mashed chickpeas or other beans, blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt, and garlic. It is popular in the Middle East and the Mediterranean, as well as in Middle Eastern cuisine around the globe. Today people use it in western recipes and cuisines as well.
You can find Hummus in most grocery stores throughout North America and Europe.