Moroccan Style Hummus

Moroccan Style Hummus

I love hummus! It's a food dip made from chickpea paste. It goes so well with toasted fladenbrot.

Ingredients: An easy-to-make amount

Chickpeas (boiled)
350 ml
A) Tahini (sesame paste)
1 tablespoon
A) Olive oil
1 tablespoon
A) Boiling water
5 tablespoons
A) Cumin powder
3/8 teaspoon
A) Garlic powder
3/8 teaspoon
A) Salt
3/8 teaspoon
A) White wine vinegar
1/2 teaspoon
Chickpeas, paprika powder, and parsley
for finishing


1. Remove the skins from the chickpeas, and boil for 5 minutes.
2. Drain the chickpeas really well, and make a paste together with the A ingredients. Transfer into a container with a lid, and let cool a little.
3. Serve the hummus as if spreading it over the plate. Top with some chickpeas for decoration. Sprinkle with paprika powder and parsley.
4. I reduced the amount of oil to an absolute minimum. If you want to make the paste smoother, use a generous amount of oil.
5. I filled a cherry tomato with this hummus to make a cute appetizer.
6. "Turkish Hummus" (Recipe ID: 593749). It has a light taste using yogurt.
7. Serve the hummus with "Couscous Salad" (Recipe ID: 515311) & "Mint Yogurt Dressing" (Recipe ID: 812805)
8. Make an appetizer together with a yogurt salad. Serve with bread.
9. Serve with "Iranian Eggplant Dip" (Recipe ID: 593748) for an appetizer platter.
10. Garnishing with mint adds a refreshing color.
11. Here is an appetizer platter. They go so well with bread.
12. I made this smooth hummus using a generous amount of oil. Serve with tortillas.
13. As a part of an appetizer platter...
14. Enjoy various flavors.
15. Serve with a crepe and "Falafel" (Recipe ID: 762454) as an appetizer.
16. I made an appetizer platter again.
17. This is tahini. You can substitute it with sesame paste.
18. Cumin powder is sold as Cumin, or Kreuzkuemmel in German-speaking countries.

Story Behind this Recipe

I had hummus at my favorite Moroccan restaurant, and it was amazing! I asked for a recipe, and tried to recreate it at home. I love hummus -- it's one of the dishes I make quite often at home.