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My kiddos loved this hummus dip which blew my mind! So good and an easy, quick dip.
I boiled the chickpeas & saved some aquafaba juice. I added roasted red pepper, sundried rehydrated tomatoes, salt & water to thin it out. I added 2 tbsps tahini and juice from an olive jar.
This is a great make-ahead recipe and goes really well with almost any veggie stick.
I used to think it was too much trouble to make your own hummus, but after trying this recipe my partner and I make and devour this at least two times a week.
Love the Bragg’s add…
Yum! So delicious yet simple and easy to make.
Good proportions, the base recipe is very nice.
I add a bit more water for consistency, and have added an assortment of herbs or just basil, very tasty either way.
Makes Veges soooo awesome!
I can’t get Bragg liquid aminos anywhere in the UK and can’t find an oil free broth either
I got mine at Holland & Barrett healthfood store
I buy mine on Amazon. Not sure if UK Amazon has different stuff.
Here’s a recipe for a vegetable bouillon (broth) powder https://shaneandsimple.com/vegetable-bouillon-powder/. I will never buy broth from the store again, ever.
I looked it up. Marigold do a Liquid Amino, and also I found:
5 liquid aminos substitutes
Tamari. Tamari is a dark flavorsome sauce that is made from fermented soybeans. …(I’d use this)
Soy sauce. Soy sauce is a dark brown (almost black) liquid that adds a lot of savory umami flavor to food. …
Coconut aminos. …
Fish sauce. …
No idea what liquid aminos are…! I’m also in the UK, so guess that recipe is not for us. Anyone know what we can use instead?