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I love chickpeas, but I mostly eat them cold, whether whole in salads or pureed in hummus. I forget how delightful they are in soups and sauces. And, unless the rumors are untrue, chickpeas are exceedingly good for you! Here’s how to make Chickpea Curry, one of my favorite pantry dishes of all time. If you’re a fan of curry, you’ll slurp up every bite. If you aren’t a fan of curry, this one might just turn you around! Heat a little vegetable oil in a skillet over medium heat and throw in the diced onion and a little salt and pepper. Then, get ready for the fragrance!
Best decision you’ll make all week #2: Add minced garlic at this stage, too. Thank you for listening. Keep sauteing the onions as they become coated in the curry powder. Note: Your kitchen smells like heaven right about now. Coconut milk. Mmmm. Ingredients. Mommy? Im Hungry! Recipe Blog. Mom's Cooking Club. Meet Me in the Kitchen. Kalyn's Kitchen. Recipe for Easy Cheesy Zucchini Bake.
When I noticed how many people are visiting my round-up of 20 Zucchini Recipes I knew it was time to share this fantastic new zucchini recipe called Easy Cheesy Zucchini Bake, recommended by my sister Pam.
She found the recipe in Penzeys Back to School 2011 Catalog , where it was submitted by Karen Niessing. Pam changed the recipe a little and then I changed it a tiny bit more, and we were both impressed with how this very basic idea of tossing zucchini with a few fresh and dried herbs and cheese and then baking it can produce a dish that's so delicious.
I could make an entire meal of this, but it would also be perfect as a zucchini side dish, and Pam told me she ate some of her leftovers for breakfast one day. If you have zucchini from your garden or the farmers market, you must try this! This was my latest picking of zucchini and straightneck squash, and I used the four in the front in this recipe. The recipe called for dried basil. Instructions: Preheat oven to 350F/180C. Food for Hungry Soul. Dine & Dish Family friendly recipes & menu planning ideas. Cooking with Cristine. The Swans. The Life & Loves of Grumpy's Honeybunch. Homemade Baby Food Recipes - Gourmet Baby Food Recipes by The Baby Chef. Wholesome and delicious meals from my table to yours. What A Dish! Family Fresh Cooking. Quick easy cooking family recipes of appetizers breakfast lunch dinner desserts and left overs with ingredients in pantry or food storage.
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