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GLUTEN-FREE THAI-STYLE NOODLE SALAD

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by Debra

This Thursday, May 21st, is National Hummus Day and as a Sabra Tastemaker, you knew I’d be writing about hummus this week, right?? I think I’ve mentioned before, I avoided hummus for years because I had convinced myself I wouldn’t like it – made from strange things (to me) like chickpeas and tahini made me super leary. But then I actually tasted hummus and well, it was love at first bite.

And lest you think hummus is only a dip for fresh veggies, hummus is fantastic used as a substitute for mayo on burgers, sandwiches and salads as well as fillings for twice-baked potatoes and deviled eggs; it’s also tasty as a dip for both potato and tortilla chips as well as spread on crostini or bruschetta and can even be used as a base for soup.

Besides being healthy, hummus is gluten-free and available in convenient ‘to-go’ cups – which is an awesome option for those of us racing through airports trying to eat well and avoid gluten.

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To celebrate National Hummus Day, Sabra is giving away coupons by clicking here but please note; the coupon giveaway is only good for Thursday, May 21st.

We’re celebrating National Hummus Day with this fabulous Thai-style noodle salad – and really, this salad perfect for any celebration but especially for those warm days or when you just want something light, yet filling!

Disclosure: I am being compensated for sharing Sabra products with our readers; however, everything I write here are my own words, my own opinion, and my own experiences.

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Jenny K

Hello? You had me at hummus. And noodles. And hummus + noodles. Yum!

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Heather | Farmgirl Gourmet

Oh. My. Goodness. This looks delicious Deb. Love it!!! and you. 🙂

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