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I make a variation of this recipe all the time - saute garlic and onion in EVOO add a can of chickpeas and a can of tomatoes. Throw in some curry powder red pepper and whatever else (turmeric ginger garam masala).... Delish:)
I used a half a can of diced tomatoes that also included onions and green peppers. I also added a bit of cumin (to taste) and served it over rice. My boyfriend loved it! It tastes even better the next day. This recipe shows some promise...play around with it I say.
This recipe gave me a great start and often you just need a basic idea to get you started. I started by sauteing mustard seed in a bit of olive oil. It pops for a while then add chopped garlic spices such as curry basil cumin red pepper etc. and saute a bit more. Then add tomatoes and garbanzos with some veggie broth and the key ingredient 1-2 T fresh lime juice and simmer for 15-20 minutes (while the rice is cooking!) yum!
I'm really into chickpeas right now so I thought I'd give this one a try. I made a couple of changes to this recipe. I sauted some garlic and onion then added the chickpeas and tomatoes. I used the stovetop rather than the microwave. I also cut down on the amout of curry I used 3 tsp and it was enough for me. I made white rice to go with it. This recipe was ok although I don't know if I'll make it again.
Not sure why my review was deleted. Anywho- this was a good basic dish. I don't have curry powder so I used a bit more of the garlic powder added some crushed red pepper flakes and a bit of pizza sauce for added flavor. Thanks for the post YummySmells.