Tagged: Chickpea

Beef Pochero 1 6

Beef Pochero

Like different Filipino dishes there are many ways to cook this Pochero, some use baked beans instead of chickpeas, others use potatoes instead of sweet potatoes and other opt for cabbage instead of bok choy but one thing remains it’s basically a tomato based stew of beef or chicken meat...

Galician Pork and Vegetable Stew 1 9

Galician Pork and Vegetable Stew

The Bon Apetit recipes I’ve been using lately never had failed me, everything was spot on like this recipe that we had for today, the Galician Pork and Vegetable Stew. Before we head on to what this dish is all about let me introduce you to Galician cuisine, though I am...

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Callos

Tripe came from the Italian word “trippa” which is a type of offal from the stomachs of various animals such as the cows and pigs. The most common one used for cooking is the beef tripe and it is used in different countries such as France who have Andouille and...

Garbanzos con Patas de Cerdo 1 0

Garbanzos con Patas de Cerdo

I was cooking this dish for a long time already and do not have a name for it. I tried this delicious dish in a Latin American themed restaurant before but totally forgot the name so since then I am preparing this dish which I don’t know how to call...

Chickpea, Feta and Avocado Salad 2 0

Chickpea, Feta and Avocado Salad

Having some extra or leftover feta cheese is handy especially when you want to make some salad, it’s such a good ingredient to add as it gives that creamy salty texture that enhances the flavour of any salad. Several weeks ago I have half a block of these and thought...

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Puchero

Puchero is a type of stew that is common to Spanish influenced countries such as the South America and the Philippines, The word “puchero” itself is a Spanish term that means “stew pot.” The ingredient varies from region to region but the main ingredients that always stays the same are...

Baked Aubergine and Chickpeas 2 0

Baked Aubergine and Chickpeas

When there’s a magazine lying around in any waiting lounges the first one I would pick would be something related to food (car magazines go next) and I usually try to remember recipes I like and cook it at home the earliest available time. Like this Baked Aubergine and Chickpeas...

Moroccan Beef Stew 12

Moroccan Beef Stew

The first time I saw this recipe was from a product pamphlet in a supermarket community board, I was curious to have it a try because of the unusual combination of ingredients (at least to me), I haven’t tried a Moroccan dish yet when I saw this recipe and it...

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Cocido Madrileño

Cocido madrileño or Madrilenian stew is a Spanish dish made out of mixed meats, sausages, vegetables and chickpeas. This traditional Spanish dish was created during the Middle Ages and evolved from a dish called adafina. Hearty stews similar to this are popular to the Jews during those times hence the...

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Hummus

Hummus or “hummus bi tahini” is a simple Arabic dip made out of mashed chickpeas, tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic. A very popular food in the Middle Eastern region, where it is consumed as a dip or spread that is usually consumed with bread. The first known...