Kleiner Snack-Hack: Pickled Hummus

Little snack hack: pickled hummus

Sauerkraut hummus? Sounds weird, but tastes great! And is perfect for sneaking some living cultures into your favorite snack. ⁠

Incidentally, it is possible that the hummus will start to ferment after a few hours, i.e. it will become a little brittle and taste more sour. This is due to the active lactic acid cultures!⁠

1 can/jar chickpeas, drained and rinsed⁠
75-100 g SUUR Garlic & Pepper Love Craft Herb⁠
1 tbsp tahini (well heaped)⁠
1/4 tsp salt⁠
Juice of half a lemon⁠
1 garlic clove⁠

optional: ⁠
olive oil⁠
roasted chickpeas⁠
paprika powder⁠
black cumin⁠
sprouts⁠ or herbs

Puree all ingredients in a food processor or with a hand blender until creamy. If the hummus is too thick, add a little water or olive oil to taste. Taste and season if necessary.⁠

Optionally top with sprouts, spices, oil and chickpeas or eat as a side dish.

Bon appetit!⁠

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