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Here's a delicious recipe my family loves--even those who are not enamored of chickpeas! Hot and Sour Chickpeas 2 medium onions, chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 T ginger root, minced 1 2-inch stick of cinnamon 2 tsp garam masala (or curry powder) 3/4 t black pepper 2 cans chickpeas 15 oz tomatoes 2-4 T lemon juice cayenne Brown onion, garlic & ginger slightly in enough oil to coat pan. Add spices. When hot, add chickpeas and their liquid. chop tomatoes and stir in with 3/4 c juice. Add 2 T lemon juice. Taste and add cayenne and more lemon juice if needed. Alexandra B Houck University of Massachusetts - Worcester Campus email:Alexandra.Houck@ummed.edu

Hot and Sour Chickpeas


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(posted May 1, 1996)

Here's a delicious recipe my family loves--even those who are not
enamored of chickpeas!

Hot and Sour Chickpeas

2 medium onions, chopped
2 cloves
garlic, minced
1 T ginger root, minced
1 2-inch stick of
cinnamon
2 tsp
garam
masala (or curry powder)
3/4 t black pepper
2 cans chickpeas
15 oz tomatoes
2-4 T
lemon juice
cayenne

Brown onion, garlic & ginger slightly in enough oil to coat pan. Add
spices. When hot, add chickpeas and their liquid. chop tomatoes and stir
in with 3/4 c juice. Add 2 T
lemon juice. Taste and add cayenne and more
lemon juice if needed.

Alexandra B Houck
University of Massachusetts - Worcester Campus
email:Alexandra.Houck@ummed.edu



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