The humble chickpea is low in fat, rich in fibre, complex carbohydrate, and protein, and is a good source of calcium, iron and B vitamins.
I'm not a huge fan of canned soups, but they do have their uses sometimes!
This sauce could be used with anything, but goes well with chickpeas and new potatoes. Paneer cheese is also delicious.
From The Very Easy Vegetarian Cookbook, Alison & Simon Holst.
I tried this crumble variation with tea masala spices and this came out really delicious. You can try with your favorite spices mix or with my Recipe #448067 mix (quantity to taste).
What’s the difference between a British crumble and an American crisp?
According to http://www.fromkarenskitchen.com/tips/types_of_cobblers.php this is the answer: The traditional crumble topping contains flour, sugar, and butter but may also include oats, nuts, and spices. As more of these ingredients are added, the crumble becomes even more similar to a crisp.
The literal interpretation for this recipe is "idiot chicken", because it's really difficult to mess up. Marinated in a sauce and then cooked in beer, the chicken is almost guaranteed to come out moist and juicy (unless you reallllllllly overcook it). You could serve this with buttered noodles, mashed potatoes or rice. Add a salad and call it a complete meal! Recipe courtesy of Ingrid Hoffmann.
In the 16th century the Turkish Mongois settled in the northern plains of India, bringing with them their Moghul cuisine. It is famous for splendid yogurt and cream sauces, the delicate use of highly fragrant spices, and distinctive cooking methods for meat dishes. Korma is the cooking method of braising the meat. Lamb is hard to come by here, so I've subbed pork successfully. Serve with hot cooked rice and Recipe #482649 482649.
Recipe by Molly McCook and Richard King, Ellerbe Fine Foods, Fort Worth, Texas. Bon Appetit Sept. 2010. I've made this recipe several times. Great way to use up tomatoes from the garden. Read More http://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/2010/09/heirloom_tomato_salad_with_buttermilk_dressing_and_blue_cheese#ixzz1gunjGSUV
A delicious meat-free take on a shepherd's pie from VegNews. We really enjoy this - nice and filling with plenty of flavor. I have successfully subbed in lentils for the veggie crumbles before - I just prepare 3/4 cup dried lentils according to package directions and proceed from there with the recipe.