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
Amaranth seeds, kidney beans, green peasand spring onions bound together by semolina are very delicate to handleand as you are shallow frying these cakes, you may start wondering if they will ever form a nice crust