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Roasted Garlic And Sriracha Hummus

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2 whole heads of garlic, cloves separated but not peeled

2/3 cup olive oil, divided
pinch of salt

2 cups of dried chickpeas (soaked overnight) or one can of chickpeas, rinsed

pinch of baking powder

1/4 cup tahini

1 tsp salt

2 TB sriracha

red pepper flakes, optional


Preheat oven to 375℉ (190℃). Place the garlic bulbs in a small glass casserole dish. Douse with ⅓ cup of olive oil and pinch of salt. Cover with aluminum foil and bake for 30 minutes. Remove from the oven, stir and place back into the oven for 15 minutes more, uncovered. Let the bulbs cool completely for about an hour. Reserve any of the leftover oil that may remain in the casserole dish.

If you are using dried chickpeas: While the garlic is roasting, place the soaked chickpeas in a pressure cooker with enough water to cover them plus a bit more and a pinch of baking powder. Cook on high for 25 minutes, or until they mash very easily when pressed on by a fork or back of a spoon. Drain and place in a food processor.

If you are using canned chickpeas: Rinse very well and transfer directly to a food processor.

Once the garlic bulbs are completely cooled, remove the skins and discard them. Place the garlic, any leftover olive oil, plus the ⅓ cup remaining olive oil into the food processor with the chickpeas. Pulse until very smooth, about a minute.

Add in the tahini, salt and sriracha. Pulse for about a minute more. If not using immediately, refrigerate and allow to sit out at room temperature for about an hour before serving. Hummus is tastiest when served at room temperature.

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