Moroccan Chickpeas Stew – Your Recipe Rocks!

Morocco Chickpeas Soup

It’s long time since I posted for the “Your Recipe Rocks” series. It’s not that I have not been trying out recipes from all your fabulous blogs. Don’t laugh, but the real reason is I’m not able to get good pictures of the dishes. Fall has started and we really don’t have enough sunlight in our place to take good photos. It may sound like a lame excuse, but believe me or not that’s the truth. Even the stew which I’m posting today, I had to reserve a small quantity of the stew, to take a decent picture the next day.

This chickpea stew can be prepared in no time, if you have all the vegetables in hand. The recipe mentions to soak 15 red chillies for 2 hours to prepare the harissa paste and I totally forgot about it. Moreover the measurement will also yield a lot of paste. Instead I just soaked 3 chillies, while the vegetables were cooking for the stew. The taste was phenomenal. We had it with whole wheat bread toasts and couldn’t get enough of it. My husband was so close to emptying the pot, but as I have mentioned above I had to reserve a small portion to get a picture. Vaishali Your Recipe Rocks!

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11 COMMENTS

  1. janet stephens

    Your Veg curried pasta was amazing. My hubby enjoyed it. Thanks for the same. I have never tried a pasta like this before.

    Thanks Janet.

  2. Shailly

    Hey Madhuram,

    Can u please tell me which red chillies should i use? Can i use Red dry chillies?

    Thanks,
    Shailly

    Yes Shailly, use the regular dry red chillies.

  3. Aparna

    This stew looks quite delicious. Very hearty and filling I’m sure.

  4. Usha

    Looks delicious..bet it tasted awesome…great pics too 🙂

  5. Cham

    Wish you and your family a Happy Diwali Madhu

  6. anudivya

    Wish you and your family a very Happy Deepavali Madhuram. The stew looks amazing.

  7. DivyA Vikram

    Looks just delicious..must have tasted great with toast..

  8. Sukanya Ramkumar

    Stew look so good and colorful. Sounds to be a healthy one. YUM!

    Wish u a happy Diwali!!!

  9. Uma

    The stew looks so good Madhu! Beautiful pic too! Wishing you and your family a happy diwali! 🙂

  10. Vaishali

    Dear Madhuram, Glad you liked the stew, and thanks for your kind words. I think the picture came out beautifully.

  11. Anjali Damerla

    Hey Madhuram,
    Happy Diwali to you.
    The pic looks very good. Light or no light, a yummy dish will always look yummy 😀