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Delicious hummus slightly re-invented...
What are Bambara
groundnut, also known scientifically as Vigna subterranean, is a wonderful
legume. It is native to West Africa and is grown at a low level extensively
throughout sub-Saharan Africa. The crop is also grown in Southeast Asia, across
regions in Thailand and Indonesia.
Bambara groundnut has been consumed in various forms: eaten whole as snacks
(cooked by boiling, roasting, frying); mixed into porridges and breads as
You might wonder what you can do with your raw Bambara groudnuts from
the Giving Tree?
Why not try making a delicious hummus?
200g raw Bambara groundnuts
2 garlic cloves
2 tbsp spicy Kecap Manis
A pinch of smoked paprika
¼ tsp cumin powder
2 tbsp olive oil
Salt – to taste
Soak the raw Bambara groundnuts overnight with hot water and peel off the skin the following day
Put all ingredients in your blender and blend until obtaining a smooth paste.