Easy Creamy Hummus & Tabbouleh Recipe – Vegan – Gluten Free Optional

Easy Hummus & Tabbouleh Recipe - Vegan Rich Bitch Cooking Blog

When I was about 22 years old I would go to this brand new little cafe everyday and often twice a day. I only stopped going when I moved a year later. I lived on their grilled hummus & tabbouleh wrap. I was completely addicted. Damn I want one right now. I had a flash back and remembered how much I loved them. Love –> Need –> Now. So this was me trying to recreate them. I ate most of this batch with veggie sticks and lettuce leaves but snuck a tortilla or two in the mix. The trick to making this AMAZING is having a large enough tortilla that you can wrap around it to that you can seal and grill. Hot tortilla with cold bits of tabbouleh & creamy hummus………oh my god. The hot and cold combo is my fave. Nuff about me, I’d recommend turning these into a party platter of tiny bite size wraps. Make a wrap, cut it into a bunch of pieces and stick with toothpick.


  1. Put a can of chickpeas in food processor and blend with the following
  2. 2 TB olive oil, 2 TB tahini, juice from 1 lime or lemon, 4 tablespoons water, salt and herbs (dill, parsley, even olives or jalapenos mix nicely)
  3. Taste and check texture, add more water or citrus if needed


  1. Cook or soak overnight 1/3 of cup of bulger, couscous or quinoa <– Gluten free option
  2. Dice a ton of parsley &  Chop a ton of tomato and however much fresh onion you liked (soak chop onion to take off the bite)
  3. Mix grain with herbs and veggies
  4. Add salt, 1 or 2 TB olive oil & 2 lemon’s (or lime) juice
  5. This will taste epic after sitting overnight

For more details on this recipe watch my video below



  1. Looks delicious! Never new I could make couscous without cooking WOOT WOOT!!!
    Tip for you: Buy a high grade Lemon or Lime essential oil. When you run out of lemons or limes, you can add 1 drop…seriously start with 1 drop of the oil of choice, sometimes you have to actually dip a toothpick into the top and only use that tiny little bit on the toothpick because it’s so concentrated. It actually is cheaper than buying fruit, and you are getting a higher, more potent amount. Do not buy cheap oils, it does make a difference. I have a friend that bought Dill essential oil, makes a vegan mock tuna salad, adds 1 drop and it tastes so delicious! I recommend Doterra or Young Living…cheaper on ebay. 🙂

    • Yeah, I used to buy a bunch of different young living oils back in the day. Dude, the orange oil in some raw vegan chocolate drinks we used to make……………….DIVINE!

      I totally never thought of using them in savory dishes like you’re suggesting. Those all sounds like champion recipe additions. Such good tips!!!

    • And ebay is the way! Cheapest choices for so much. Reviews on amazon then buy on ebay. At least that’s my method.

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