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Tag Archives: chickpeas
During the week, I’m only cooking for myself. While it is possible to cook single servings of meals (last night’s sad stir-fry was an example), sometimes there are leftovers to use. I have a couple of choices in how I … Continue reading
One of the dishes that I started eating frequently while I was doing Eat to Live was a quick Chana Massala. What I’m about to show you is what I would call the “standard” version, but you could also leave … Continue reading
This of course is not an original recipe, but one from the great Isa Moskowitcz. You can find her recipe here, or you can pre-order her new book, Appetite for Reduction. In either case, it will be very tasty! Keep … Continue reading
… the San Fransico treat! I used to love those commercials. I used this recipe as my starting point, but I added in some other grains: wild rice, millet, kasha and Israeli couscous, as well as some (already cooked) chickpeas. … Continue reading
Isn’t that creepy? It looks like it could eat me, not the other way around! In case you’re not familiar, this is a chayote, a member of the squash family. It’s very mild tasting, and the flesh, skin and seeds … Continue reading
Salads. Fresh mixed salad green from the farmer’s market, with carrots, scallion, red pepper and grapes, topped with a bit of Italian dressing. Also, chickpea salad on sourdough bread, bread also from the farmer’s market. In the chickpea salad are … Continue reading
A while back I made an Indian Omelette, which uses chickpea flour as its base, with Indian spices. I liked that, but wanted to try one that might be a little more like the omelettes that I used to eat. … Continue reading
This dish was born out of a need to use up some veggies I had hanging around, namely, a tomato and some spinach. “But you don’t like tomatoes,” you might say. And you’d be right. I don’t mind them cooked … Continue reading