Operators are embracing hummus as a way to add bold taste to menus and keep a healthful bent. Offered as a dip with pita bread, a spreadable condiment in sandwiches or wraps, and as a nontraditional side for a fine-dining entrÃ©e, the chickpea concoctionâ€™s low food cost, simple prep and versatile flavor makes it popular in the kitchen and on the plate. David Kostman is one of the owners of Nanoosh, a two-unit chain based in Manhattan that is billed as a Mediterranean hummus bar, ...
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