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    So yeah a few weeks back I had never tasted humous or hummus or whatever it is. Tried it and fell in love !!

    I have it every night now as I work next door to nandos. Question is what is their secret ingredient to make it taste so delicious ? I bought some from the supermarket and it tasted like shit. I was told its just more garlic in the nandos variety but it cant just be that surely.

    Also I'm now thinking the nandos stuff isnt that healthy anything that nice can't be .... surely ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie Taylor View Post
    So yeah a few weeks back I had never tasted humous or hummus or whatever it is. Tried it and fell in love !!

    I have it every night now as I work next door to nandos. Question is what is their secret ingredient to make it taste so delicious ? I bought some from the supermarket and it tasted like shit. I was told its just more garlic in the nandos variety but it cant just be that surely.

    Also I'm now thinking the nandos stuff isnt that healthy anything that nice can't be .... surely ???
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    On a serious note, what the hell is the main ingrediant of hummus? Can you give the girl behind the counter the old 'wink,wink' and get her to whack some in a tub for you?
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    what is houmus?
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    Its Chick peas and garlic i think.

    Nandos put their peri peri sauce in it so its extra nice.

    My girlfriend is half Greek so sterotypically she loves it lol. I'm not too keen
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    Get the 'Extra Special' Houmous from Asda, or 'Tesco's finest' - worth a few extra pence.

    Yeah, houmous is just chick peas, garlic, and lemon juice I believe - unless you get any of the fancy pesto or sundried tomato type flavours...
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    How does it taste better i.e. is it creamier?

    Whack some dried chillis in there or some peri peri sauce
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    Hummus never tastes better. Nasty stuff, I put it in the same league as celrey and liver. And courgettes. And mushrooms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evilbob View Post
    Hummus never tastes better. Nasty stuff, I put it in the same league as celrey and liver. And courgettes. And mushrooms.
    mushrooms are mint but with you on the celery and houmus

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    Nando's put crack in theirs.
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    Humous is chick peas and avocardo. Nandos put their hot sauce in it, hence its peri peri humous.

    It is the best new food Ive tried in years, awesome with the soft pitta bread. Depends how much butter may be added as a thickener.

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