Drain and rinse one can of garbanzo beans. Saute in olive oil over low heat until warm and any water is evaporated..
Add a good amount of garlic granules and stir well over low heat.
Add some good quality salt.
Remove the beans from the pan and place in a large bowl. Add some nutritional yeast flakes.
Add some sesame tahini. I like to combine sesame with garbanzos since they have complimentary amino acids for a complete protein.
Add a small amount of agave syrup.
Mix well and store in a jar refrigerated. The longer they sit, the better they get. Use in salads or in a stuffing.
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