Why pay for expensive hummus (hamos, houmous, hommos, hommus, hummos, hummous or humus) from the grocery store when it's so very easy to make yourself? You don't even need a recipe, since the proportions are all to taste.
The only things missing from this lineup of ingredients are lemon juice (I forgot to pull out a cube for the photo) and salt and pepper.
Mince some garlic, and shallots if you have them, and brown them in a little olive oil. You can use raw if you like that.
Drain the chickpeas, reserving the liquid. Put about a fourth of the liquid with the beans in a food processor (I have a little one that's perfect for jobs like this). Add the garlic and onions, a spoonful or two of tahini, a squeeze of lemon juice, and any other seasonings you might like, such as cumin and coriander. A pinch of salt and pepper. Also a drizzle of olive oil. Process until smooth, adding a little more oil if it's too thick, or some lemon juice. Taste it! Adjust the seasoning as desired.
Garnish it with sprinkled paprika and a sprig of green. Put it on sandwiches or eat it as a dip for pita bread and vegetables.
You can try so many variations of this. Roast some red peppers and toss those in. Toast a huge amount of garlic. Grate some fresh lemon zest. Add a little cayenne or tabasco or sriracha for heat. It's all good!