Chickpeas

Category: Chickpeas

Recent

Chicken, Potato and Chickpea Curry

This chicken curry recipe has my favorite elements of Indian takeout along with the benefits of home cooking and comfort food. This curry combines chicken, potatoes, and chickpeas in a sauce that balances the spiciness from the curry seasonings with the creaminess from the yogurt.

Popular

Sorry, No Posts Found

Let's Keep in Touch

More From Umami

Sorry, No Posts Found

 

From Umami's Market

  • Dinner
  • Dessert
  • Appetizers
  • Breakfast
  • Brunch
  • Lunch

Better Than Sex Cake

Better than Sex Cake is a sinful dessert with questionable intentions that gets to know you with a little devil's food cake, pours on the caramel, and finishes everything off with a little whip cream.

Pico de Gallo

Pico de gallo is a great addition to any Mexican or southwestern dish. The fresh tomatoes, cilantro, and pepper are an easy way to brighten up tacos, burritos, and quesadillas.

Hawaiian POG Juice

Hawaiian POG juice is a bright breezy taste of the islands made of equal parts passion, orange, and guava juices.

Norwegian POG Cocktail

Our Norwegian POG cocktail recipe combines aquavit's distinctive herbal notes with the fresh fruit flavors from POG (passion, orange, and guava) juice to create a refreshing cocktail with crisp clean flavors.

Pinto Beans with Chilies

Pinto beans cooked with dried chilies have a deep, rich southwestern flavor. This pinto bean recipe uses ancho chilies and a pasilla pepper to create a healthy and delicious dish.

 

  • Learn to Cook
  • Food Policy
  • Healthy Eating
  • Three Recipes
  • Food History

Building A Better BLT Sandwich

Most cookbooks skip right over the BLT sandwich, which in my opinion is an oversight because while a bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich may seem simple, getting it right requires some know how.

The Mysterious History of the Margarita

When you think of tequila cocktails, one thing comes to mind - the margarita. Despite how well-known the margarita is, its history is a mysterious thing. Who invented it? Why? And most importantly, how do you make a margarita that tastes great?