I have been following a Lebanese food blogger, Anthony Rahayel, on youtube, which showcases authentic and traditional Lebanese food.
One restaurant that has been featured multiple times on Anthony’s channel is Ghosn Breakfast. The hummus looked mouthwatering!
After watching Elie Ghosn, owner of Ghosn Breakfast make hummus by hand, I thought I would give this traditional method a try. There was no recipe given so I had to make a rough estimation of the amount of each ingredient needed.
These are the ingredients I used:
1 1/2 cup can chickpeas, cooked for twenty minutes to soften
1 garlic clove
Juice of 1 lemon
1 tsp of salt
a pinch of sumac
2 1/2 tbsp of olive oil
In the video above, Elie shows how he makes it step by step, and I followed accordingly.
The hummus turned out a little dry compared to Elie’s but nonetheless delicious! I really enjoyed the making process and I will continue to use this method to make my hummus in the future.