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 entrée, the chickpea concoction’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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