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Thursday, February 11, 2010

Garbanzo Bean Curry

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5 comments:

Carrie Hansen said...

I'm thinking of trying this recipe but wanted to ask a couple clarifying questions...

How much is a "package of frozen green beans or okra"? We buy it in bulk, so I have no idea what your packaging is.
Also wondering how many oz for "1 can of tomatoes in the juice" you mean, along with what type of tomatoes (diced, whole, strained, etc.).

I look forward to trying this recipe! Thanks!!
Carrie

Millie said...

Hi Carrie!
I use the small packages of frozen veggies which I think are 1 pound (I do not have any in the freezer to verify) if I was using from bulk I would figure around 2 cups (or so). And the 14.5 ounce can of tomatoes, usually diced.
But this recipe is very forgiving. You could certainly use more or less of either. You could use whole or sliced tomatoes and just kind of mush/chop them in the skillet so they are more 'bite sized'.
Also, I usually go with the lower amount of curry powder because of the kids but if you like it spicier add more. We usually serve this over rice with flat bread on the side. So good! In fact, I think I'll be adding this to my June menu since we haven't had it for awhile.

Kara said...

Came over from Wardeh's site. Thanks for this recipe. I made it tonight with fresh green beans and tomatoes and chicken stock for the liquid. Scrumptious!!

Millie said...

Kara,

I'm glad you liked it. Fresh green beans would be wonderful! I can't wait until we have garden produce here.

Anonymous said...

Awesome web site, I hadn't noticed realfoodforlessmoney.blogspot.com before during my searches!
Carry on the fantastic work!

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Garbanzo Bean Curry

This website has moved. Please click on this link to go directly to this post http://realfoodforlessmoney.com/garbanzo-bean-curry/

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5 comments:

Carrie Hansen said...

I'm thinking of trying this recipe but wanted to ask a couple clarifying questions...

How much is a "package of frozen green beans or okra"? We buy it in bulk, so I have no idea what your packaging is.
Also wondering how many oz for "1 can of tomatoes in the juice" you mean, along with what type of tomatoes (diced, whole, strained, etc.).

I look forward to trying this recipe! Thanks!!
Carrie

Millie said...

Hi Carrie!
I use the small packages of frozen veggies which I think are 1 pound (I do not have any in the freezer to verify) if I was using from bulk I would figure around 2 cups (or so). And the 14.5 ounce can of tomatoes, usually diced.
But this recipe is very forgiving. You could certainly use more or less of either. You could use whole or sliced tomatoes and just kind of mush/chop them in the skillet so they are more 'bite sized'.
Also, I usually go with the lower amount of curry powder because of the kids but if you like it spicier add more. We usually serve this over rice with flat bread on the side. So good! In fact, I think I'll be adding this to my June menu since we haven't had it for awhile.

Kara said...

Came over from Wardeh's site. Thanks for this recipe. I made it tonight with fresh green beans and tomatoes and chicken stock for the liquid. Scrumptious!!

Millie said...

Kara,

I'm glad you liked it. Fresh green beans would be wonderful! I can't wait until we have garden produce here.

Anonymous said...

Awesome web site, I hadn't noticed realfoodforlessmoney.blogspot.com before during my searches!
Carry on the fantastic work!