Italian Hummus

I have been making this for years. It is always a crowd pleaser. I’ve had many family and friends ask me for this recipe. The recipe is courtesy of Rachel Ray. It calls for serving it with sliced toasted bread. But I serve it with pita bread or pita chips (Stacey”s Pita Chips)

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1 can of 15 to 18 ounce of white beans

3 tablespoons sesame tahini paste

2 cloves of garlic minced

3 sprigs of rosemary, leaves finely chopped

1 lemon

salt

2 tablespoons of olive oil

Place the bean in the  food processor with the tahini, garlic, rosemary, the juice of 1 lemon and some salt. Turn on the processor and stream in olive oil a little of a time. Adjust the salt and serve in a bowl.

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Self taught cook, a former high-end retail manager.

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