- 3/4 cup canola oil
- 2 cups canned garbanzo beans or chickpeas, rinsed and drained
- 3 tablespoons lemon juice
- 2 teaspoons minced garlic
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- Pita bread, cut into wedges
- In a food processor, combine the oil, beans, lemon juice, garlic and salt; cover and process until smooth. Transfer to a small bowl. Serve with pita wedges. Yield: 1-1/2 cups.
Reviews for Lemon Garlic Hummus
"Love the lemony, garlic flavor. I substituted olive oil for the canola oil and the consistency was great. Smooth and delicious!"
"Extremely easy and I had all ingredients on hand. I used olive oil and didn't measure it, just poured it in the good processor until the texture was right. Tasted delicious too!"
"You can leave the oil out completely, for a healthy version, just add some of the drained liquid from the garbanzo beans, for the correct consistency."
"Like several others, I also felt that 3/4 cup oil was too much, so used 1/2 cup and thought the consistency was just right. I served it with guacamole tortilla chips. Very easy and delicious."
"This is a good basic recipe. However, here is a more succulent adaptation I came up with. I promise: you'll never buy store bought hummus again!1/2 cup olive oil1 can chick peas4 Tbsp lemon juice2 heaping Tbsp minced garlic1/2 tsp salt2 heaping tsp cuminBlend all ingredients except beans in the processor on low. Add beans; process on high till smooth."
"Yum! This was so good, and so quick and easy to make. I added lots more garlic and lemon juice than the recipe called for. I was wondering what it would taste like without tahini, (a staple in many other hummus recipes), and it was delicious. I had bottle of sesame oil on hand so I threw a splash in the hummus and it really gave it great taste. I also substituted olive oil for the canola oil. No more store-bought hummus for me! Thanks!"
"This is a good basic hummus, but needs more flavour. Next time I'd add herbs or cumin. I used only 2/3 of the oil and it was still way too much - half would probably be plenty."
"This is my new go to hummus. So much better than store bought and so versatile. I used a little more than 1/2 cup olive oil and 1 can of garbanzo beans, rinsed. A new favorite in our house!"
"this is an excellent hummus recipe. I substituted olive oil for the vegetable oil for a more authentic flavor."
"What a great recipe! I've been looking for a easy hummus recipe that calls for ingredients I typically have on hand. This is it. I just made my first batch, and it was so very simple. I too, like the other reviewers, just used a 15.5 oz can of beans, and adjusted the oil accordingly. I also added some fresh basil leaves from my garden. The possibilities are endless with additional flavors and ingredients. Now I'll have a healthy dip for my veggies to snack on while at work. Thank you again TOH!"