Amazing, low-fat and raw! Adjust quantities to suit your personal taste. I’ve added in 1/4 of a cup of red onion before, with great results.

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1. Use a food processor to blend all ingredients to desired consistency.

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By kathrynintheraw

Amazing, low-fat and raw!

Adjust quantities to suit your personal taste.

I’ve added in 1/4 of a cup of red onion before, with great results.

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Thank you for the clarification! I will take one cup of dried chick peas and soak them until they are blendable! Sounds SO good! I have only been eating raw for about three weeks and I am semi-addicted!

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Another question - after I soak the chick peas (overnight?) do I have to let them sit for awhile or can I use them immediatly?

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You can use them immediately. I find after I drain and rinse them, it helps to let them sit in some warm water for about an hour. On another note, you could also try not blending them completely for a chunky hummus - yum!

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This was delicious but a little on the dry side so I added 2 tablespoons of organic extra virgin olive oil to the food processor and also a tablespoon of tahini for taste.

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Nice tweaks to make it suit you, Susie!

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i'm going to make this with sprouted chickpeas=) thanks!

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You can buy dried chickpeas in bulk at most grocery and health food stores. I was just thinking... I bought mine before I went raw, so they might have been dried at a high temp... You could always ask the people at the health food store.

Chickpeas take on alot of water when soaked. The ratio is 2:1... so for every cup of dried chickpeas you soak, you'll get 2 cups of raw, soaked chickpeas. I can't remember off the top of my head how long to soak for, but if you go to www.sproutpeople.com, all the instructions are there. =)

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sounds good! quick question? (im new to the raw foods) how do you soak chickpeas and where do i buy raw chickpeas?

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You can use them immediately. I find after I drain and rinse them, it helps to let them sit in some warm water for about an hour. On another note, you could also try not blending them completely for a chunky hummus - yum!

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Another question - after I soak the chick peas (overnight?) do I have to let them sit for awhile or can I use them immediatly?

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Thank you for the clarification! I will take one cup of dried chick peas and soak them until they are blendable! Sounds SO good! I have only been eating raw for about three weeks and I am semi-addicted!

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**2 cups already soaked =)

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You need to tell people if this is two cups of dry chickpeas to soak or if it is two cups already soaked. I mean, in case someone reads it who is not familiar with soaking chickpeas. It's a matter of double the amount of chickpeas:-) Thank you for the recipe!

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I think i am going to try this one, all the oil in another recipe i tried made me a bit off lol! Wilkelli~ you can soak chick peas that have been dried to make them raw, just use lots of water to chick ratio, they are thirsty little suckers!

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are the chickpeas raw?

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