Loaded Spanish Hummus
Pick n Pay - Feb 6th, 13:08
There's nothing ordinary about this spicy dip.
1 large red pepper
3 tubs PnP hummus, (120g each)
1 dash salt and milled pepper
1 squeeze PnP lemon juice
1 glug PnP olive oil
1 can PnP chickpeas, (410g), rinsed and drained
15 ml PnP smoked paprika, plus extra to serve
200 grams chorizo, diced
1 handful PnP chopped parsley, to serve
5 pitas, to serve.
Char red pepper over an open gas flame or under the oven grill until blistered and slightly blackened.
Place in a sealed bag or glass bowl covered with clingfilm and rest for a few minutes.
Peel skin off pepper and deseed.
Blitz pepper and hummus together in a food processor or with a stick blender. Season and add lemon juice.
Heat oil in a pan and fry chickpeas for a minute. Add paprika and fry for another minute. Remove and set aside.
Add more oil if needed and fry chorizo until crispy.
Remove from heat and cool slightly.
Spread hummus on a platter and top with chickpeas, chorizo and oil from the pan.
Scatter with chopped parsley and a dusting of paprika.
Serve with pita triangles.More Pick n Pay Recipes
The Sunday Times Lifestyle Gin Awards in partnership with Makro and Fitch & Leedes is proud to celebrate the creators and retailers of locally and internationally crafted gins and variants, with the top 4 local, and top 4 international finalists having been announced. Blind-tasting opportunities around the country will allowing South Africans to taste and vote for their favourites.
Clover Mama Afrika, Clover’s CSI project, recently held a dressmaking course with Linda Venter from Bernina, one of their loyal partners, which hosted seven of the mamas from the project.
In today’s competitive business environment, staying ahead of the game is essential. To do this, manufacturers need to ensure that their equipment remains effective and runs optimally at all times.
While there may not be such thing as a cure-all magic potion, there is a range of powerful liquid concoctions from Theonista currently taking the South African functional and health drink category by storm thanks to delicious flavour combinations, low sugar content, and impressive health benefits.
Try these recipes
Ideal for celebrating Heritage Day!
Busy morning? Have your breakfast on the run with these nifty kebabs.
For this recipe, fresh is best as frozen or canned strawberries are too moist.
A healthy, light lunch.