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So these two dishes are items I like to eat every now and again. The great thing about them is they are really versatile and can be used on a lot of things (sandwiches, salads, etc.) and can be eaten by themselves with either pita bread or cut up vegetables.
Hummus is a ground chickpea dip. The one pictured is my favorite because its authentic and made by my local Lebanese bakery. The ones sold at stores are a lot thicker and tend to be flavored, but this one is the real deal holyfield and has a little more tahini sauce in it to make it thinner. I love this to eat just with bread, to eat with the tabbouleh or to even put on sandwiches to replace condiments such as mayonnaise and mustard, etc. The great thing with hummus is its really versatile and you can flavor it up or purchase it at store in a particular flavor. I will say out of the flavored ones Ive tried, my favorite is the garlic and the roasted red pepper.
Now tabbouleh is just delicious. Its chopped up parsley, mint, tomato, onion, bulgar (which is a cracked wheat) and lots of lemon juice and a bit of olive oil. The more it sits in the juice the softer it becomes but I really love it because not only is it filling, but you get a nice pungent taste of the lemon. It goes great with pita bread, but I also occasionally sprinkle this over salad and even incorporate it into sandwiches hamburgers, kibbe wraps, etc. It gives food a nice little pizzazz.
<em>Have you ever had hummus or tabbouleh</em>
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