Whole Foods Chickpea Masala

Whole Foods Chickpea Masala created by jamsil

This is a wonderful recipe from Whole Foods Market. Recipe can be cut down without a problem.

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  • First, in a large, nonreactive heavy skillet or saute pan, heat oil over med. heat.
  • Add onions and saute approx. 2 mins, until golden brown.
  • Remove from heat and stir in garlic, ginger, jalapenos, curry powder, garam masala, and tomato paste.
  • Return to heat and stir in water.
  • When everything is mixed thoroughly, stir in chickpeas and lemon juice.
  • Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer for 5 minutes.
  • Taste for seasoning, adding salt if necessary.
  • You can serve this immediately, but the flavors are much more enhanced if you allow it to sit for a few hours before you reheat it to just below a simmer and then serve over rice.
  • To serve, place 1/2c cooked rice in a bowl and ladle 1 cup chickpea mixture over rice.
  • Garnish with cilatro if you wish.
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"This is a wonderful recipe from Whole Foods Market. Recipe can be cut down without a problem."
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  1. jamsil
    Whole Foods Chickpea Masala Created by jamsil
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  2. jamsil
    Forgot to mention that I added dried cherries and used jarred ginger. Again, great recipe!
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  3. marta
    Very good indeed. I used ground ginger and red pepper flakes instead of jalapenos.
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  4. marta
    Very good indeed. I used ground ginger and red pepper flakes instead of jalapenos.
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  5. Sweetiebarbara
    This was absolutely wonderful! We loved it that night and the next day... this will be one of my staples. I would have taken a picture, but it was so ugly that I was afraid that it would make people turn away. Maybe when I make it again, I can make it look pretty, and will photograph it then. I made the chickpeas from dried chickpeas, and did not use cilantro, but Italian parsley instead. Thanks so much for such a wonderful recipe!
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