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Hummus with ragi pita bread

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Hummus with ragi pita bread

Add some Lebanese with an Indian twist to your breakfast! Get a hold of this lovely ragi pita bread recipe and pair it with dewy soft hummus.

Ingredients

200gm chickpeas

4 garlic cloves

2gm lemon juice

3gm salt

60gm Tahini (a seasame paste used in hummus)

5gm extra virgin olive oil

1gm paprika


For pita bread


100gm maida

2gm salt

100gm ragi flour

5gm yeast

70ml water

Preparation

Soak chickpeas in water for 12 hours

Wash and boil the chickpeas till they are cooked

Add garlic and make a thick paste

Add tahini, lemon juice and seasoning

Garnish with paprika and chickpea as shown in the picture, drizzle olive oil on top and add enough salt

Serve it with fresh pita bread


For pita bread


Mix all the ingredients and make dough

Roll them to 2 mm thickness and cut out in round shapes

Set them aside for some time

Bake at 280°C for two minutes

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