Hummus Atá Tú

Stuck in a snacking rut? Taste buds bored of the usual flavours? Well, it’s crunch-time. This cracker creation is full of the good stuff!

– 6 Jacob’s Crispbreads with Sesame
– 3 large, red peppers
– 120g of fresh baby spinach leaves
– 50g of crumbled feta cheese
– 4g of red chilli
– 2 teaspoons of olive oil
– 400g tin of chickpeas (make sure to keep the leftover water!)
– 1 teaspoon of ground cumin
– ½ teaspoon of ground coriander
– 2 garlic gloves
– 5 tablespoons of tahini
– 4 tablespoons of lemon juice
– Pinch of paprika
– Pinch of salt & pepper

– Oven
– Baking dish
– Blender
– Pastry brush
– Knife
– Spoon

6 topped Crispbreads

– To begin, prepare the hummus by cutting the red peppers and chilli in half, before brushing with olive oil.
– Place into a baking dish and put into the oven to cook at gas mark 4 or 180° until soft. Alternatively, you can grill them. Once cooked, remove any of the blackened skin.
– Put the peppers and chilli into a blender, before adding the chickpeas, garlic, lemon juice, cumin, coriander, tahini, salt & pepper into the mix.
– Blitz the mixture and add some chickpea water until it is the consistency that you desire.
– Now that you’ve created your hummus – let’s move on to the work of art itself!
– Spread the hummus on top of your Jacob’s Crispbreads With Sesame, before topping with a handful of spinach.
– Finally, crumble some Feta cheese on top.

And there you have it. A truly top-tastic and seriously satisfying snack. Happy munching!

Our top tip: Have a party coming up? This recipe ensures there’s enough humus for everyone! Friends will keep coming back for the food (and the company of course!)

You might also like...


Who doesn’t love a good cheeseboard? Ideal to serve to your guests either as nibbles, or as the final course to a dinner party.

Jacob’s Winter Warmers

There’s nothing better than a delicious hearty soup to keep you warm this winter! Here are our three favourite recipes for you to try at home.

Olé Olé Olé

Just like the infamous chant, this cracker creation strikes the perfect balance between Spanish and Italian influences.