Although I grow chickpeas on my allotment plot, the Circus Garden, as shown in the photograph above, I do not have enough for both this recipe and for planting this year’s crop in a couple of month’s time, so I have opted to use organic chickpeas supplied by Suma
On my allotment plot, the Circus Garden, I deliberately choose to grow a number of rare and endangered varieties of vegetables that are effectively outlawed under the European Union’s draconian seed legislation
Aloo, Gobi doesn't need any introduction, I am sure the whole world knows about it, after our lovely Gurinder Chadha put the spotlight on the humble cauliflower and potato sabji (aka aloo gobi ) as much as football in the much famed and acclaimed 'Bend it Like Beckham'
It’s not even a proper curry but just simple potatoes andpeas stir fry cooked with some stock. This one is a really simple curry and I am only posting it since I am in no mood of writing elaborative post today
and many more waiting to appear on this space. It is not a secret that I have a crush on 'Aubergines' and I have made many many different recipes like Baingan Bhartha with Spring Onion, Baingan Bhartha with Spinach, Baingan Methi, Baingan Aloo, Sukhi Baingan Sabji, Dum Aloo with Oats Bharwan Baingan , Thai Aubergine stuffed with Green Chutney, Baingan Bhartha Hummus and Gujarati Style stuffed baingan
Then in a pan heat the margarine until hot and saute the green peas. In a swallow pan heat the olive oil until hot,saute the finely chopped onions,add salt,the sweet paprika,the ground beef and the pine nuts,saute until the ground beef is browned