Quick & easy chickpea curry

Cooking tutorial on how to make an easy, super quick chickpea curry.

Why chickpeas? Well for one they are super rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber as well as a good source of plant-based protein and for two it has loads of health benefits such as regulating blood sugar and promoting a healthy heart. This recipe is amazingly quick to put together for all the busy moms out there – saving you time and giving your family a well-balanced meal!

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Ingredients:

2 big cans chickpeas

1 big onion

Half Green pepper

1 fresh tomato

1 fresh chili (you can omit if you don’t like strong food)

1 or 2 cloves of fresh garlic

2 tablespoons tomato paste

2 teaspoon of the following spice: Cumin, Coriander, paprika and curry spice

1 teaspoon Tumeric

1 teaspoon garam masala

2 tablespoons Sugar

Salt & pepper to taste

Half bunch Dhania 💓

Method:

1. Braise your onion, green pepper, chili, and garlic until golden brown.

2. Once your onion mix is ​​braised then add your spices and cook for a further 5 mins. (In the video I just added spices together with tomatoes paste and fresh tomatoes 🥴)

3. Add your fresh tomatoes and tomato paste with sugar.

4. Add a cup of water and mix it all together to form a nice thick tomato-based sauce.

5. Add your chickpeas

6. Lastly, add your dhania and you have completed a wholesome meal in under 30 minutes !!

You can add meat to this dish like I did or you can omit it and make it completely vegetarian!

Bon appetite


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