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Asda Houmous now 50p

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Don't know what this is. Cold.

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nitro228

Don't know what this is. Cold.



You don't know what Houmous is?????

Some real thick people on here. Their knowledge of cuisine probably extends to Turkey twizzlers and frozen chips.

Yes, it is normally served cold.
I suspect nitro228 may be winding us up...

Some odd this in my garden's soil makes my before grow really well.

britneyspears

You don't know what Houmous is?????



I don't think McDonalds have it on the menu.

[quote=nitro228]Don't know what this is. Cold.[/quote. moron

nitro228

Don't know what this is. Cold.



Am I the only one who thinks this is just a joke? Albeit, not a great gag, but a joke nonetheless.
I hope it's a joke.

A bit of warm pitta and its an amazing snack. Yummy!

Is this like hummus?

Banned

M_z

Some odd this in my garden's soil makes my before grow really well.



In English?

My favourite in Asda is one of the houmous from "Polish Food" section (which also contains Turkish and Lebanese foods). It's a large one which is quite cheap per kilo but better than others. It seems the brand is Gama.

mysupermarket.co.uk/sai…tml

454g for £1.78 is £3.92 per kilo.

This one is usually £1 for 215g so £4.65 per kilo and not as good.

At 50p It becomes a good deal but I would never buy it again at £1

McNabFish

A bit of warm pitta and its an amazing snack. Yummy!



Yes definitely, I survived on hummus and pitta whilst homeless living in my car, 15 years ago, can't say it was great times, but it tasted good

Has anyone managed to make it at home and it taste as good as the commercially produced stuff? It's so cheap probably not worth doing anyway.

Houmus and Pretzels, lovely snack! However Asda Houmus is probably one of the most tasteless of the supermarket brands IMO. Gotta be worth 50p though, especially if you've never tried it before...

fishmaster

Yes definitely, I survived on hummus and pitta whilst homeless living in … Yes definitely, I survived on hummus and pitta whilst homeless living in my car, 15 years ago, can't say it was great times, but it tasted good :)Has anyone managed to make it at home and it taste as good as the commercially produced stuff? It's so cheap probably not worth doing anyway.




We tried making homous it was ok (didn't have tahini, plus that is quite expensive in itself) if you go homemade I would say make a flavoured homous to compensate for the lack of flavour

fishmaster

Has anyone managed to make it at home and it taste as good as the … Has anyone managed to make it at home and it taste as good as the commercially produced stuff? It's so cheap probably not worth doing anyway.



Very easy and 10 times better than supermarket rubbish. I've been making it for years as it was only found in Greek and Turkish restaurants originally.
Edited by: "pickledtink" 26th Jun 2014

Highly recommend peeled & sliced sweet apples used to scoop & eat.

Yum.

I am Mr Gluten Free - so I have this for breakfast every day. 4 apples + half a tub.

The home-made variety is better, but to be honest, the shop bought variety is usually acceptable.

BarmyBulldog

We tried making homous it was ok (didn't have tahini, plus that is quite … We tried making homous it was ok (didn't have tahini, plus that is quite expensive in itself) if you go homemade I would say make a flavoured homous to compensate for the lack of flavour



Yes, tahini looks pricey, but a jar would make many, many pots of houmus (and lasts for ages).
Home-made houmus is all about getting the seasonings/tahini/garlic/lemon just to your personal taste, which may take several attempts.
Must admit I haven't made any for years. Home-made pesto, however...

cmoi

My favourite in Asda is one of the houmous from "Polish Food" section … My favourite in Asda is one of the houmous from "Polish Food" section (which also contains Turkish and Lebanese foods). It's a large one which is quite cheap per kilo but better than others. It seems the brand is Gama.http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/sainsburys-price-comparison/Dips_Fillers_And_Sauces/Gama_Meze_Fresh_Houmus_Dip_454g.html454g for £1.78 is £3.92 per kilo.This one is usually £1 for 215g so £4.65 per kilo and not as good.Will check this out, as it sounds good. Hope it doesn't contain nasties to prolong shelf-life though (like Aldi & Lidl versions). I liked the Israeli brand Sabra which you could get in Tesco. It had olive oil & pine nuts sprinkled on top. At 50p It becomes a good deal but I would never buy it again at £1

Houmous and wheat thins are a good snack duo

Be careful, still scanning as £1 in some stores, check your receipt!!!
Edited by: "kevinhebditch" 26th Jun 2014

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Justme1969

Highly recommend peeled & sliced sweet apples used to scoop & eat.Yum.I … Highly recommend peeled & sliced sweet apples used to scoop & eat.Yum.I am Mr Gluten Free - so I have this for breakfast every day. 4 apples + half a tub.The home-made variety is better, but to be honest, the shop bought variety is usually acceptable.




I'm surprised you can keep off the crapper for long......

copthis1

I'm surprised you can keep off the crapper for long......



Best place to be. Jealous?

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Justme1969

Best place to be. Jealous?



Only if you've got a 55inch Plasma and a mini bar in there. ....

So great to see that international pop stars shop in ASDA

copthis1

Only if you've got a 55inch Plasma and a mini bar in there. ....



Nah - just a book n tings. Anyways, enuff potty talk :-)

pickledtink

Very easy and 10 times better than supermarket rubbish. I've been making … Very easy and 10 times better than supermarket rubbish. I've been making it for years as it was only found in Greek and Turkish restaurants originally.



Let me in on the recipe please

fishmaster

Let me in on the recipe please



A tin of chick peas drained
2 lge cloves garlic crushed
1 tbspoon olive oil
juice of 1/2 one small lemon
2 tblespoons tahini
a little salt

Pulse in a processor to whatever texture you prefer.
Serve with some more oil drizzled over and another squeezed lemon sprinkled with paprika.

It's the real deal recipe and I'm a chef who writes a food column for a well known online magazine and you're getting this free! I'm just too kind for my own good *sigh*.;)

Don't bother with tahini. Try peanut butter, a la nigella...

nigella.com/rec…mus

this houmous (from sainsbury's) is pretty good in my opinion.

currently £1.50 - 40p off

Sabra Houmous with Garlic & Red Pepper 200g

http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/wcsstore7.04.08.50/ExtendedSitesCatalogAssetStore/images/catalog/productImages/05/7290105690005/7290105690005_L.jpeg

Edited by: "seb" 28th Jun 2014

tomtombeanie

Don't bother with tahini. Try peanut butter, a la … Don't bother with tahini. Try peanut butter, a la nigella...http://www.nigella.com/recipes/view/peanut-butter-hummus



Disgusting. Totally wrong flavour. Tahini is sesame seed paste. Very distinctive taste and defines it as hummus. Peanut butter just gives the clagginess to the texture.

seb

this houmous (from sainsbury's) is pretty good in my opinion.currently … this houmous (from sainsbury's) is pretty good in my opinion.currently £1.50 - 40p offSabra Houmous with Garlic & Red Pepper 200gRed pepper? In hummus? Wash your mouth out seb!

Well I eat Houmous/Hummus nearly every day here in Saudi Arabia!

Love it on a salad actually with a good squeezing of freshly cut lemons to top it off!

Pity for all my Muslim coworkers that are fasting for Ramadan...

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