Tagged: ‘chickpeas’

Chipotle Hummus from The Prado in Balboa Park

Hummus is a mashed purÈe of chickpeas, olive oil, and lemon that is immensely popular in the Middle East. And America so it seems.

The traditional way to serve hummus is to spread it on a plate and drizzle it with flavorful olive oil. That’s fine for spreading, but if you are going to dip veggies into the hummus, it’s more practical to pile it into a bowl.

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The Culinary Traveler: The Slow Cooker Tagine

A Tagine, also known as a Tajine, is a traditional cooking vessel as well as the name of the dish cooked in them and method of cooking found in the North African cuisines of Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia. Usually the traditional Tagine pot is formed entirely of a heavy clay which is sometimes painted or glazed.

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