Hummus is the new salsa.
Sabra, a growing company founded over 25 years ago, specializes in scrumptious dips and spreads such as hummus, babaganoush (eggplant), salsa, guacamole, Greek yogurts and other vegetarian sides and salads.
The company is known for its diverse collection of yummy main entree recipes, as well.
Inspired by seasonings from around the world, Sabra’s items are authentic and made with the freshest of ingredients such as garlic and olive oil and additional spices.
With flavors like roasted red pepper, sun dried tomato, luscious lemon, tahini (a ground sesame seeds paste) and classic hummus, its mediterranean chickpea dip is commonly sold at plenty of local grocery stores such as Sam’s Club, Walmart, some gas stations and even in a convenient single serve assemble at OCCC’s cafe.
Despite being combined with pita bread, pretzels, chips and other edible utensils, the crowd pleasing dip tends to be on the healthier side of things. Most flavors are under 90 calories, making it an indulgence good for you, especially since they’re gluten free and certified kosher.
Pricing is also pretty reasonable, often ranging around the $5 mark.
I, personally, first tried Sabra’s hummus recently, and my taste buds went wild. I’ve actually had it quite regularly ever since.
Honestly, it’s practically homemade. Being originally half Arab, I very much approve.
For more delicious details, visit www.sabra.com.
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