Hummus Tossed Noodles with Chicken and Vegetables is one of those recipes that sounds like a lot of work but it really isn’t. Hot pasta tossed with hummus thinned with a little chicken stock and soy sauce, combined with a little chicken, veggies and feta cheese- and BAM! Dinner is ready. A healthy dinner to boot.
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Not only would this make a great dinner, it would also be the perfect after-school snack or pre-dinner nibble. I don’t know about you, but I often will have some pasta salad, fruit, veggies or soup in the refrigerator to whip out when we just need a little something. A pre-dinner meal.
Hummus tossed noodles with chicken and vegetables, is a meal, it’s a snack, it’s…
…an unofficial meal, if you will.
You know how much we love our unofficial meals up in here.
Plus- Not only am I sharing this super simple recipe for Hummus Tossed Noodles with Chicken and Vegetables- I am also sharing a few of my favorite recipes that incorporate Sabra Hummus in honor of NATIONAL HUMMUS DAY.
Yes, there is a day dedicated to this special dip/condiment/topping! So many uses, so little time.
Now you may be asking yourself: what is hummus?
Real hummus is made from chick peas (garbanzo beans) ground into a smooth paste and combined with a touch of sea salt, olive oil, and garlic tahini paste (which is ground sesame seeds).
Sabra grows their own chick peas in the United States that are shipped directly to their ‘hummus kitchen’ in Virginia and then shipped straight to your favorite grocery store. There are so many flavor varieties of hummus, it is hard to choose a favorite. Definitely in my top 3 would be classic, roasted garlic, and lemon twist.
The Hummus tossed noodles recipe I am sharing today is also fantastic with both of those varieties- just drop the soy sauce.
I hope you are getting the idea that hummus, as awesome as it is on it’s own, is also a very versatile ingredient.
Click on each of the photos below to see how I try to think outside the box when it comes to enjoying my favorite hummus!
On a pizza….
Topping for a burger…
Or in a Bowl With Veggies and Chicken…
So as you can see, hummus is for more than just dipping a pita into.
I want to hear how you enjoy Sabra hummus for your unofficial meal. Please leave me a comment below and let me know.
Hopefully, you will want to give this hummus tossed noodles with chicken and vegetables recipe a try, too!