This was a very good meatless meal! Has it not been for the stellar reviews, I'd never have tried it, but husband and I agree, it was delish! I added a heaping tablespoon of Better Than Bouillion vegetable broth to make the broth a little richer and served it over cous cous instead of rice. MMMMMMMMMMMMMmmmmmmmm!
Chickpeas in Curried Coconut Broth
Onecentinvegas Posted: 03/23/13
Beth3kiddos Posted: 02/15/13
This dish is insanely delicious! So flavorful for such a healthy recipe and incredible easy to make. It was a little spicy but not too much as even my 3, 6, and 8 year olds loved it. My husband said it was sensational too, and he's a meat lover. This will become a staple in our house, no question.
jfrankh Posted: 11/12/12
Delicious!! I halved the recipe, but put in a bit more than half amount of jalapenos, so it was quite spicy. But since I had coconut milk left over, I made coconut jasmine rice, which tempered the heat nicely. Husband said it was restaurant quality. Very easy -- 6 hours on low was more than enough time for a 1/2 batch.
GlenGerson Posted: 11/14/13
This is a really amazing, healthy and filling dish. I made it the other day and the kids loved it. My wife too was pleasantly surprised. You can skip the rice part and have the chickpeas gravy with a loaf of bread or with garlic bread. It tastes yummy.
VictoriaMoira Posted: 07/04/13
So easy and so VERY delilcious. Have made it several times, and it always turns out great! I use pre-chopped cilantro in a tube and stir it in at the end.
Joycat3 Posted: 01/14/14
This was delicious! It can cook as long as you need it to, the chickpeas stayed intact even after about 12 hours on low. Next time I will drain the tomatoes as the broth was quite thin and I ended up removing the broth and boiling it down some. Nice subtle heat!
017173 Posted: 09/12/13
I made this recipe exactly as written for my family. We have two teenage boys. Everyone loved this dish. I also used light coconut milk in place of water for the rice preparation. I wouldn't have been brave enough to try this without other reviews. Thanks!
Bcafferty Posted: 09/29/13
Yummy! So easy and I made it on the stove top.
DMKitten97 Posted: 08/26/14
I loved the flavor and texture of this recipe. I made the bulk of the recipe as is, but cooked on the stove and simmered for about 30 minutes instead of in the slow cooker all day. I served over leftover farro I had on hand. It's great leftover too - maybe better, so I can only imagine what cooking all day would do for the flavor.