Tag: chickpea

Paprika Chicken with Chickpeas and Fennel

This Paprika Chicken with Chickpeas and Fennel recipe ticks all the midweek meal boxes. Easy, quick and delicious. Combine the ingredients in a pan, 20 minutes in the oven and dinner is ready. And as we are changing seasons, either from winter to spring or summer to fall this recipe fits in beautifully into this period of change. It is comforting without being heavy and while so easy to make it totally delivers on flavour. You can add more smoked…

Falafel with Spicy Tahini Yoghurt l heinstirred.com

I am all falafeled out after quite a bit of falafeling to get the recipe to work. Who knew the humble chickpea fritter could be such a mission but thanks to my friend Roger, the final recipe for Falafel with Spicy Tahini Yoghurt is worth it. *I have since made Ottolenghi’s recipe again using dried chickpeas soaked overnight and it was a great success – read the recipe here* The first recipe I tried was from Ottolenghi’s Jerusalem and it…

What an exciting week past it has been! A feature on The Huffington Post and a photo exhibited at the Cape Town iPhoneography exhibition. I am feeling quite lucky that my work is getting noticed and it has given me even more of a drive to create as beautiful and interesting images as I can. But this post is about travel. And food. And the memories of both which are so interlinked for me and for many others I’m sure. I can not…

This is one of those dishes with maximum reward for absolute minimal effort. Make the marinade, pop everything in a bag and leave it overnight in the fridge, it can’t get easier. I first came across the recipe on my friend Selma’s fantastic blog called Selma’s Table. The dish was aptly named Extraordinary Roasted Chicken, Potatoes and Chickpeas and she had won a Food 52 contest for “The Best One Pot Meal” with the dish.  A few days later I asked her…

I do love one pot cooking.  A delicious dinner in under two hours with minimal fuss and effort. Although it is never too hot outside to have a curry, the days are getting that bit shorter and its time for this recipe to start featuring in many incarnations on my dinner table. I use store bought curry powder mixes without any shame. I do add a bit here and there but feel that mixing a curry blend should rather be…

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