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Chorizo Hummus Bowl

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Add chorizo and flat parsley to hummus for a delicious and filling meal that's packed with protein and flavour. Instead of parsley, you can also use arugula, kale or your favourite greens. Drizzle with rendered oil from distinctive smoky chorizo and serve with flatbreads for dipping. The hummus can be made up to 3 days ahead.

  • 500 g Cooked chickpeas (store-bought or homemade)
  • 1 clove Garlic
  • 2 tbsp Tahini
  • Juice of 1/2 lemon
  • Sea salt
  • 100-120 g Chorizo, chopped
  • 1 handful Flat parsley, chopped
  • Freshly milled black pepper
  • Flatbread, to serve
  1. Drain the chickpeas and reserve 4 tablespoons of liquid. Tip half the chickpeas into a food processor with garlic, tahini, lemon juice and 2 tablespoons of reserved liquid, season with sea salt, then process until very smooth. If the hummus is too thick, add more reserved liquid, 1 tablespoon at a time, until it has reached the desired consistency. It will keep in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days.
  2. Place the chorizo in a small frying pan and cook over a low heat until it starts to release its oils, then turn up the heat and continue cooking until the chorizo starts to crisp. Add the remaining chickpeas and stir for a couple of minutes. Turn the heat off and toss with the chopped parsley.
  3. Spoon the hummus into a bowl and spoon the chorizo, chickpeas and parsley on top. Drizzle the oil from cooking chorizo, season with freshly milled black pepper and serve with flatbread for scooping up.

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Cooking Julia 4/6/23 23:40

A very nice idea to give an extra twist to the hummus!

Brian's Home Blog 4/6/23 23:56

That looks so good, I like hummus.

Tom 5/6/23 00:51

...chorizos is something that I have never had, should try this.

Norma2 5/6/23 01:16

Ngie, I will try the hummus with parsley that will give it a different flavor and color than usual.

Anonymous 5/6/23 04:01

Looks good -Christine

J.P. Alexander 5/6/23 04:50

Uy se ve muy rico. Gracias por la receta, Te mando un beso

Javier 5/6/23 08:24

Chorizo is an ingredient that provides a tasty flavor, so I think is a delicious chorizo hummus bolw

Lola Martínez 5/6/23 08:39

Muy buen aporte al hummus será este chorizo, a las que nos gusta, lo pondríamos en todas partes.

Rose world 5/6/23 10:19

Hummus looked delicious.

DEZMOND 5/6/23 13:38

I do ever so like hummus, but I hate it when they put too much lemon in it and raw garlic, I prefer garlic cooked with the chickpeas.

eileeninmd 5/6/23 15:00

Looks yummy, thanks for sharing your recipe. Take care, have a great day and happy week ahead.

Eva Taylor 5/6/23 16:19

What an explosion of flavours! I just love everything about this bowl.

Bill 5/6/23 17:31

I love chorizos and this dish looks delicious.

Lowcarb team member 6/6/23 00:53

It looks good Angie :)

All the best Jan

Paolina 6/6/23 14:16

che bontà! ricco di gusto e perfetto per una leggera e ottima cena!

Frank | Memorie di Angelina 6/6/23 14:25

This looks wonderful! I'm definitely giving this a go.

Anonymous 6/6/23 17:35

I love the versatility of hummus and all the interesting ways it can be made. Your recipe looks and sounds delicious. I just got back from Israel where hummus is a staple in their diets!- Judee from Gluten Free A-Z blog

Maira Kamran 7/6/23 08:59

Food Looks so tasty and delicious.. & I'm going to give it a try..! thanks for sharing..

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valentina 7/6/23 23:26

What a fantastic combination of ingredients. I love it. I've never thought to pair hummus and chorizo -- brilliant! :-) ~Valentina

Carol @Comfort Spring Station 8/6/23 19:25

This is totally a new spin on hummus - I'll have to look into this.

Mbul Kecil 9/6/23 01:28

Another beautiful breakfast bowl....looks creammy and tasty...good job Angie...i like every simple recipe that you share here ^^

Jeff the Chef 11/6/23 18:35

I haven't hade hummus in ages. This sounds so amazing!

tigerfish 12/6/23 04:55

Delicious spin to hummus. Also the exciting layers of different textures and bite added to hummus.


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