I mentioned on Twitter that I was going to take  this to a party last night and have received quite a number of requests  for it.  I saved some for myself so I have it for my toast in the  morning (no, I am not hungover…).  So, yes, it IS that versatile; take  it to a party, spread it on your toast on the morning or even use it in  your wrap at lunch.  Ditch your fatty butter, mayo, or whatever other  crappy oily condiments you have lurking in your fridge and replace with  this hummus.  Don’t like Franks? (you weirdo), just omit it and you  still have a damn good spread.  


Franks Buffalo Wing Hot Sauce Hummus
WHAT YOU NEED:
2 14 OZ cans Garbanzo Beans (I like Eden Brand)
1 C vegetable broth (the amount will vary depending upon how thick you like your hummus)
2 cloves garlic
2 TBS tahini
2-3 TBS Braggs Liquid Aminos (or soy sauce)
1 TBS lemon juice
3-4 TBS Franks Buffalo Wing Hot Sauce
WHAT YOU DO:
Puree beans through lemon juice.  Once smooth, slowly pour in Franks as food processor / blender is still running. 

I mentioned on Twitter that I was going to take this to a party last night and have received quite a number of requests for it.  I saved some for myself so I have it for my toast in the morning (no, I am not hungover…).  So, yes, it IS that versatile; take it to a party, spread it on your toast on the morning or even use it in your wrap at lunch.  Ditch your fatty butter, mayo, or whatever other crappy oily condiments you have lurking in your fridge and replace with this hummus.  Don’t like Franks? (you weirdo), just omit it and you still have a damn good spread.  

Franks Buffalo Wing Hot Sauce Hummus

WHAT YOU NEED:

2 14 OZ cans Garbanzo Beans (I like Eden Brand)

1 C vegetable broth (the amount will vary depending upon how thick you like your hummus)

2 cloves garlic

2 TBS tahini

2-3 TBS Braggs Liquid Aminos (or soy sauce)

1 TBS lemon juice

3-4 TBS Franks Buffalo Wing Hot Sauce

WHAT YOU DO:

Puree beans through lemon juice.  Once smooth, slowly pour in Franks as food processor / blender is still running. 

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