Awkward hummus sandwich

Well, so here is the thing – this week I was abandoned home. Joana is in a work trip and I am a miserable unemployed man. I really like to cook, but I hate cooking for myself. So this week’s video was, of course, a sandwich. And it was filmed without a camara-man (camara-woman in my case). Just like that. Like a boss. Still, the sandwich happened to be better than I expected.

Avocado and Beet Hummus Sandwich

Ingredients for 2 sandwiches (and some hummus leftovers):


1 Cup of Cooked Lentils

1 Roasted Beetroot

1 Garlic Clove

1 TBSP of Smoked Paprika

1 TBSP of Tahini

1 Lemon

Rest of the stuff:

4 Slices of Whole Grain Bread

1 Avocado

1 Cup of Chopped Kale

1 Bell Pepper

1 Tomato

3 Pieces of Sundried Tomato

4 Green Olives

Salt + Black Pepper


  • Cut the sack of your beet;
  • Cut the beet in pieces;
  • Halve the lemon and squeeze the motherf*cker like a man;
  • Throw your lentils, beet, lemon juice, smoked paprika, tahini, garlic clove, salt and black pepper into the food processor;
  • If you’re using canned lentils, maybe salt is not a wise ideia;
  • Slice the bell pepper, sundried tomato and fresh tomato;
  • Remove the pits from your olives;
  • Halve the avocado and slice it in the shell. Use the same genius technique I used in the video;
  • Throw your bell pepper, sundried tomato, olives and kale in a screaming hot pan;
  • I didn’t use any fat, like you can see in the video. But if your pan sucks, maybe you should use some. But, in that case, it may not be a good ideia to let your pan scream. Unless you want it to spit oil in your face;
  • Toast your bread;
  • Bread, hummus, avocado, slice of tomato, stuff;
  • Eat;


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Kcal Breakdown:

Blue – 56% Carbs

Red – 29% Fat

Green – 15% Protein

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