How to Make the Best Hummus Ever

Here at Mango Languages, we never pass on the opportunity to embrace special days that remind us that we all love the same things: family, friends, and food! It only made sense that we would celebrate our love for hummus on International Hummus Day! (Let’s be honest, we all know this is only an excuse. Every day is a good day to make hummus.)

All it took was a good food processor to help us make some of the most delicious hummus we’ve ever had (it was seriously good). In case you missed it on our Facebook page, here is the video of the recipe along with all the ingredients needed to make it. You don’t have an excuse anymore!

Here's what you need

Here's how to make it

Voilà, you’re done!

This amazing dish only takes minutes and goes great with veggies, pita, naan, tortilla, crackers, or pretty much anything!

Did you know that hummus means ‘chickpeas’ in Arabic ? However, it is called hummus bi tahina in the Middle East to suggest the two main ingredients of the dish, which translates literally to ‘chickpeas with sesame-seed paste.’ Share this recipe with a friend who doesn’t know, or simply with a friend who needs to start making their own hummus bi tahina instead of buying it from the store. Finally, be sure to check out our Modern Standard Arabic course to make sure your pronunciation is always top notch.  

What’s your favorite type of food to pair with hummus? Share with us in the comments below!

Meet The Author:
Author -Aya Dhibette
Aya Dhibette
Linguist at Mango Languages
Aya arrived at Mango Languages from Morocco, but no, she still hasn’t seen Casablanca. Aya loves traveling, animals, good food, good books, and good company. A perfect day would include all of those things at the same time, preferably with chilly, rainy weather, a warm drink, and some nice mellow music in the background. She speaks Arabic, French, Spanish, and is learning Turkish.

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