Grandpas Yum-Mus

Total Time
10 mins
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This is almost - almost - my grandpa's famous garlicky hummus. I don't bother buying tahini since it just sits in the fridge after 1 use and goes bad, so I came up with using the ground sesame instead. I had a batch of mixed ground sesame and flax on hand, so thats what I used. This definitely tastes best when you've used home-cooked chickpeas!

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  1. Combine chickpeas and garlic in a food processor and run the machine until they are finely ground.
  2. Add the rest of the ingredients (except oil and water) and puree inches.
  3. With the machine running, stream in the oil and water, mixing until thoroughly blended.
  4. Place into a covered container and chill at least 1 hour before serving.