Roast the peppers either on the stove. Place a pepper on each gas burner with the highest setting. Roast them until all the sides are blackened, turning the peppers occasionally with a pair of tongs. Peel, cut them in half, remove the seeds and chop them.
Put chickpeas, chopped red peppers, tahini, olive oil, garlic, cumin and salt in a food processor and blend. Taste and adjust to your liking. Run the processor until smooth.
Transfer in a bowl and garnish with sumac, pistachio, parsley and pickles.
Optionally, drizzle extra olive oil over it.
You can roast the peppers in oven as well. Or just use jarred roasted red peppers.
Leave tahini out if you are allergic to it or you don’t have it on hand.
If you find it too thick, add extra tahini, olive oil or just water.
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