Avocados are known to be a great source of healthy fat, I myself love them and can eat them every day, add to my salad or as a dip, or in guacamole. This recipe came to my mind the other day and thought would like to share it on my blog.
When were kids my mom used to make it during winter time since avocados are winter vegetables and at the time were only available in winter. So I know my mom would mix it with tahini but wanted to double check with her to make it right.
I know lately people are making hummus out of anything, but I still wanted to share this recipe that I grew up eating at our house.
So here is how you make avocado hummus, it’s even easier than making chickpeas hummus. First make sure that the avocados are fully ripe, in a food processor add about 3 small peeled avocados, 2 tablespoons of tahini sauce, about one small lemon and salt. Mix all together until you get a creamy texture, once served drizzle some olive oil on the top and enjoy as a side dish for dinner or as a dip with your chips.
- 3 small avocados
- 2 tablespoons of tahini
- 1 small lemon
- 1 tables spoon of extra virgin olive oil
- In a food processor, add peeled avocados, tahini, lemon, and salt and blend all together until you get a creamy texture.
Can last in the fridge up to 24 hours.