A Twist to the Famous Hummus… With Green Garlic & Bajri Pita !!!

Winter Recipes… I go on and on posting about my Winter favorites and today I am adding a twist to the famous Hummus..

Green Garlic is a Fav with Most Indians & Hummus …a Lebanese Dish is loved Worldwide..Made with Chickpeas this is a Very Healthy & Delicious Dish loved globally..

Hummus has been given a lot of Twists so I also thought of giving it an Indian twist with our famous GREEN GARLIC and Bajri / Millet … Instead of pita we will use Bajri Roti which adds to the Health & Flavour..

This dish is full of Health as it has Chickpeas which by itself is a vegetarians protein delight, Green Garlic which is again full of nutrients and Bajri/ Millet which is a superfood by itself…..

So let’s get started with this super Recipe….

For the Hummus..U need—-

2 cups boiled chickpeas

Three fourth cup white sesame paste / Tahini paste

Half cup thick yoghurt

A bunch of green garlic

Salt to taste

Chili powder & Extra Virgin olive oil to garnish

Method —

Grind the Chickpeas into a paste, I like it a little coarse

Chop the white & green part of the green garlic separately

Make a paste of the white portion of the green garlic

Mix the Chickpea paste, sesame paste, yoghurt, white paste of the green garlic, salt well with a whisk..
Remove in a bowl and chill for some time…we don’t need cold just a little chilled

Bajri / Millet Roti–

Take one cup Bajri / Millet flour, add water, salt and make a dough out of this

Make small balls of this dough

Roll it out into thick circles

Cook on a tava or non stick pan on both the sides still brown spots appear & it is Cooked well

Cool and cut into 2 or 4 pieces as preferred

Assembling —

Remove the cooled Hummus into a nice decorative plate 
Spread the Extra Virgin olive oil all over

Sprinkle the Red Chilli powder

Garnish with green garlic..

Serve  with the Bajri Roti …

A Unique Flavourful Dish is ready to be served to your Loved ones…

This is a great way to make your Children eat Healthy & Delicious…I have used Bajri here but you can substitute it with even Ragi or Jowar / Sorghum

Hope you Enjoy this Twist of Moi !!!

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