Lunch, I think many times, the most difficult meal to come on what to eat. It is not always willing or able to eat leftovers from yesterday’s dinner.
Today was such a day for me. And to go shopping was not in my planning because I want to try to empty my food storage. Which is good for me and my wallet.
Then suddenly I remembered a measurement memory from one of my trips. A small, small local resturant with a few tables and a few chairs. Here was served the most delicious hoummus I tasted. The sun, the warmth, the smells and the talks that were held around the table I was sitting, I will never forget.
Hoummus with Raz el Hanout
1 can of chickpeas
1 crushed clove of garlic
1 pinch saffron
1 tbsp Raz el hanout
1 teaspoon cumin
1 tbsp fresh coriander
3 tablespoons parsley
juice of half a lemon
salt olive oil
Put everything in a mix and run until smooth. Add any more olive oil until you get a desired consistency on the hoummus.
You can find Raz el hanout at OLiOLi