WEEKEND! here's a super easy recipe for some tasty hummus. perfect to share with friends. enjoy, have a glass of white wine with it and lay back!
ingredients + 1 cup edamame (did you know that there are Swiss edamame?) + 1 handful roasted cashews + 1 table spoon olive oil + 1 table spoon water + 1 table spoon tahini + 1-2 cloves garlic + salt + pepper
recipe cook the edamame for 2-3 minutes in hot water, let them cool down. in the meanwhile you can already roast the cashews in the oven (180°) for around 10 minutes. make sure to stir them occasionally (otherwise they'll turn out black) ;) Now peal the edamame and throw all the ingredients into your blender. blend till smooth and creamy. you might want to add a little more water to it. In my recipe I used two garlic cloves. To me it was a little too much.. but some people like it that strong ;) and it's healthy - for sure.
drizzle a little bit of olive oil over it. serve with fresh bread and veggie sticks.
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The owners of the app tell me there are no plans to fix this.
Has anyone else had this problem?
Does anyone have any suggestions?