I don't care if you think that the Middle East is made up of nothing but terrorists, you're going to have to admit that the food is good.
2 cans chick peas/garbonzo beans
3 Tblspoon tahini
1 Lemon (juice of)
2 Tblspoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Dash Cayenne pepper powder
4 cloves of garlic, minced or crushed.
Boil the chickpeas. They never soften them enough at the cannery. Once they begin to crush easily, drain them, cool them, and put 'em in your cheap food processor. We got ours for $10 US from the GoodWill store. You might save some of the bean broth.
Put in the tahini, lemon juice, salt, garlic, and pepper.
Process it untill it has about the consistency of thick dip. Every time it looks too coarse to mix, pour some bean broth or olive oil in.
Serve in a shallow bowl with a splash of olive oil in the middle and a dash of cayenne on top for garnish.
Eat with wedges of pita bread, or flour tortillas.
NOTE: You will need to adjust proportions to taste.