Here’s how the story goes…
One fine, rare day I was allowed to go home from work early. By early, I mean 3 hours early. When you work 12 hour shift, that’s a big deal! It took me twice as long to get home with all the new fallen fresh snow, but that’s besides the point.
I got home mid to late afternoon and I was hungry. I knew I had a fresh container of hummus in the fridge, I just needed something to dip in to it.
Bam! In comes the idea to bake some tortilla shells into crispy tortilla chips.
I cut up these Ole high fiber wheat tortillas into small bite-size wedges~
I baked the tortillas in a 350 degree oven for between 20-25 minutes until lightly browned~
Bite-sized wedges for easy eat-ability!
The warm crispness of wheat tortilla chips = so good!
I love this versatile and bold flavor of hummus~
Though I am eating it in the most common way, as a dip, there are so many other ways to eat hummus~
I can’t wait to try it as a salad topper~
Yummy red pepper hummus and crispy baked tortilla chips!
I’ve got some chips leftover and perhaps I need to make more of this Santa Salsa to dip them in!
Have you ever roasted chickpeas? I did and they were so scrumptious!
What is one of your favorite savory snacks?
Have you ever tried pizza flavored hummus? It is so good!