2 cloves garlic, minced
1 (15 ounce) can garbanzo beans,(Chick peas) drained
1/3 cup tahini
1/3 cup lemon juice
1/2 cup roasted red peppers
1/4 teaspoon dried basil
1 In an electric food processor, combine garlic,
beans, tahini, and lemon juice. Process until the mixture is
smooth. Add roasted peppers and basil; process until the
peppers are finely chopped. Season with salt and pepper.
Transfer hummus to small bowl, cover and chill until you are
ready to serve.
i either buy the pre char grilled ones (from the deli) if i havnt got a lot of time, or i roast the whole peppers on the BBQ, until they are black, put them in cold water & then the skin comes off really easy!
this recipe is pretty easy to make, its the skinning of the peppers that takes the time 
another i found...
Chickpeas bottled in salt and water
Clove of garlic (optional)
You can either obtain the chickpeas already boiled and bottled in water and salt, or do the boiling yourself.
Remove most of the water (leave about a half).
Drop contents on a pan.
Squeeze out the lemon.
Grind the chickpeas while stirring gently. You will obtain a brown paste.
Drop a cup of tahine and the lemon juice.
Drop salt if there wasn't enough in the bottle (optional).
Drop the clove of garlic (optional).
Keep grinding and stirring.
If too stiff pour a few drops of water and grind.
Serve with olive oil and cumin.
you can buy humus everywhere..but home made is best. dont loosen the mix with water..it will lose some of the flavour..best to use olive oil(or sunflower) and lemon juice. i also add cumin to the puree as well as decorate with it.
chick peas freeze well .also you can get chick pea flour with which to make humus quickly..lots of restaurants use it but its not quite the same..tho not bad for a quick fix. ummm im hungry now