New answers tagged

0 votes

Serious device for making hummus at home

Personally, I found a meat grinder to be my favorite choice. If you're not too picky about the texture of your hummus, you can even just blend in the other ingredients (for falafel batter, I find the ...
Alice Vain's user avatar
1 vote

Serious device for making hummus at home

I've been using a Braun stick blender with the food processor attachment for years for my hummus, but this question has me going down a rabbit hole for alternatives. Here are some things that might be ...
anjama's user avatar
  • 111
3 votes

Serious device for making hummus at home

I use a food processor. I have found though practical experience that limiting the amount in the bowl at one time means the whole process is done faster and better (twice as much processed for far ...
Ecnerwal's user avatar
  • 17.8k
5 votes

Serious device for making hummus at home

Apologies for going a little into the 'other' answers - but I suspect a indian style wet grinder is the 'closest' to perfect you'd need. There's a few testimonials for using it - there's a reddit ...
Journeyman Geek's user avatar
7 votes

Serious device for making hummus at home

I find that the best tool for the job is a masticating juicer. There was a time when I made hummus regularly, and it gave me the best texture. It also works well with large quantities, as opposed to ...
rumtscho's user avatar
  • 139k
17 votes
Accepted

Serious device for making hummus at home

Consumer-grade 12-to-14 cup (3L) food processors, such as Cuisinart and KitchenAid, will work fine for a hummus batch requiring 500g of raw chickpeas. I make batches that size all the time in mine, ...
FuzzyChef's user avatar
  • 64.5k

Top 50 recent answers are included