Hummus Melts

>> Tuesday, May 11, 2010

I skipped a day of the whole work-week vegan thing yesterday. I had postponed my long run until Monday morning . . . and then again until Monday after work, which I never do (wink, wink), so when I was done, I was absolutely ravenous. The kind of hungry only cheese can fill. Of course, I know that isn't true, there were a multitude of ways I could have chosen to fill my screaming stomach, but with my level of exhaustion, cheese seemed the easiest topper for these sandwiches.

I'm having a love affair with whole wheat English muffins. They're just so versatile . . . and with dinner instructions this simple, why wouldn't I use them almost every single day?

What you'll need AND method . . .
  1. First, toast four whole wheat English muffins (this recipe makes enough for four open-faced sandwiches -- serves two hungry people).
  2. Then make the basic hummus recipe you find on this page.
  3. Then saute a little baby spinach in some olive oil and garlic. Three to four handfuls of spinach will do. Just remember, it'll cook down dramatically.
  4. Turn on your broiler . . . and on a cookie sheet, lay out each English muffin and top with hummus. Then top with spinach . . . ten top with a heap of shredded mozzarella.
  5. Broil until brown and bubbly.

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