Garbanzo bean salad has all the fixings of hummus but with less work.
I’ve been in love with healthy hummus dishes for sometime now and I’m so happy to share this beauty with you today.
We love summer, no matter what season we are in. Here in the midwest, the summers can be short and the winters long and hard.
Making healthier and lighter food choices help us to remember warmer days of bright sunshine, even when there is nearly a foot of snow on the ground in mid-April.
This is our reality in northeast Wisconsin, but it’s not all bad.
Try this healthy humus dish today
This garbanzo bean salad is delicious, attractive, and it is loaded with health. Eating this healthy hummus creation will make you feel the same way.
There is one more factor that deconstructed hummus salad a winner; it is extremely easy to throw together.
It has all the taste of a wonderful hummus and none of the mess. There is no food processor, chopper, blender, or what have you. It is virtually a one bowl wonder.
I love hummus, and I prefer to make my own, all the fuss and muss involved sometimes prevents me from taking the time to make it.
Now, we have a new option, and I hope you give it a try soon. Do you ever make your hummus? We would love to hear from you
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Garbanzo Bean Salad
- 15 oz garbanzo beans 1 can, low sodium
- 1 tbsp ground cumin
- 1 pinch kosher salt
- black pepper fresh ground, to taste
- 1 clove garlic crushed
- 1 tbsp tahini paste
- ½ lemon juiced
- 1 tbsp lemon zest fresh
- fresh mixed greens to garnish optional
- Rinse garbanzo beans well, and remove skins if desired. Place beans in medium size mixing bowl.
- Gently fold in remaining ingredients and mix until thoroughly blended
- Serve with lemon wedges and mixed greens.