Clubsandwich with Tomato Hummus

A photo of a clubsandwich with tomato, avocado, iceberg lettuce and tomato hummus. Recipe by That Healthy Kitchen

Today I was really feeling like making some hummus. I love making hummus myself. It is super easy, quick, and cheaper and tastier than store-bought hummus, plus it is super easy to adjust the hummus to your personal taste. Add some beetroots if you like an earthy flavor, tomatoes if you like it a little sweet or roasted pepper for a smokey flavor. For this clubsandwich, I made some tomato hummus. I really like using dried tomatoes for this, as the flavor is a bit more intense than with fresh tomatoes, but if you don’t have them dried, using fresh tomatoes is no problem. I garnished the sandwich with some fresh tomatoes, half an avocado and some iceberg lettuce. Great lunch!

Tomato hummus
Prep time: 10 mins
Cook time: –
Total time: 10 mins

270 gram cooked chickpeas
80 gram tahini
80 gram non-oil dried tomatoes
4 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 clove garlic
dash of salt
dash of cumin
140 gram tomato puree

1. Let the dried tomatoes soak in the lemon juice for a few minutes.
2. Transfer the soaked tomatoes, lemon juice, and all other ingredients to a high speed blender or food processor. Let blend until smooth. If the consistency is too thick, you can add some extra lemon juice or olive oil, depending on the taste. Add some extra chickpeas if it is too thick.

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