I think this recipe is from Chile.Its very taste and smells great.It goes with anything,Curries,Sandwiches,BBQS ETC.It can be pretty HOT depending on the types of chillis you use.You will have to stir the ingredients in the blender to make sure it mixes well into a paste.Store in fridge.
This is my version and everyone loves it.You can thicken it up by adding less water and can have it as a side dish(Indians call Dhal) with an Indian Meal.You can get Red Lentils at any supermarket.The Red Lentils need to be washed (till water appears clear)before hand.Stock cubes can be chicken,beef or vegetable (check to see if gluten free)
This is a popular dish in India,and can be eaten on its own,with rice or flat bread.The chickpeas have to be soaked in water overnight(with a pinch of baking soda).and then DRAINED. If chickpeas are cooked in a Pressure Cooker it takes 20 minutes or an hour if cooked in a ordinary pot.The recipe is from a cookbook I had many years ago,but still popular in our house.
BEST,well thats what my kids say.I got this receipe from an old cookbook years ago,and have kept it as it does have a great taste.I think the secret is in the cinnamon. I use durmsticks or should I say lovely legs(chicken legs with the skin removed) and chicken wings
This is an Anglo-Indian receipe and your kids and friends will love it.Its not Chilli Hot (unless you want it to be).The spices you need you can get at any supermarket.And mark my words,the spices you buy wont go to waste because you will make this dish quite a few times.Its GLUTEN FREE TOO.
I discovered this recipe by experimenting,because it is very hard to find a good gluten free batter.A packet of Dosa MIx can be bought from any Indian Shop.It is just a rice and lentil batter mix with a few spices(not hot).My kids and I thing it tastes just like the fish you get at the Fish Shop down the road.Don't get turned off by the Dosa Mix.You will find an Indian shop,they are EVERYWHERE.