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A delicious appetizer that is easy to make!
Open the cans of chickpeas and then reserve 1/4 cup of the liquid from the can. Then you want to drain the rest of the liquid by pouring the chickpeas into a strainer.
Add the chickpeas into the bowl of the food processor and pour the 1/4 cup of reserved liquid over the top. Pour in the tahini paste, lemon juice, cloves of garlic, ground cumin and a pinch of salt and pepper. Pulse the food processor a few times until the chickpeas are completely pureed. It should take about 2 minutes. After the chickpeas are pureed, turn the food processor on and slowly drizzle in 1/2 cup olive oil until the hummus is smooth and creamy. Set aside in the refrigerator until you’re ready to eat.
Right before you’re ready to eat, heat a skillet over medium heat with a bit of olive oil. When the oil is hot, add the ground beef. Break it apart with a spoon and let it brown completely. It should take about 5-7 minutes. When the beef is browned completely, sprinkle in the onion powder, garlic powder, ground cumin, paprika and a couple pinches of salt and pepper. It is simple, but oh so good! Once the beef is cooked, pour over the top of the hummus and serve warm!
Crunchy sweet potato, beet, and parsnip chips sprinkled with garlic-rosemary salt.
Perfect for all of that leftover turkey and stuffing! Makes a great weekend lunch or snack!
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