Several years ago when traveling in Houston, I had to eat by myself at a sushi restaurant; it was my first time ever eating alone.
And I remember while leaving thinking that I must make for some boring company (I couldn’t even keep myself entertained, I think I read like eight magazines), I also left with a new way to make hummus.
It’s super simple.
Anything where the food processor does all the work and I don’t have to go near the oven is always especially great.
Not to mention it’s Whole30 friendly.
Replace chickpeas with edamame then add lemon, garlic, cilantro and olive oil.