I felt like it was missing a little spice, but overall it was a great, healthy recipe. I reduced the amount of a liquid a little, and added extra beans to the puree (only had white). I also used frozen spinach, since that was more practical for us. Very easy to make, as well.
Indian Chickpeas over Garlic Spinach
kasupr03 Posted: 03/24/11
severine999 Posted: 11/19/08
I've made this several times, and it's one of our favorites. True, there is a lot of liquid called for here, but I usually serve this with some basmati rice to soak up the juice. I love this dish!
saracat Posted: 01/30/12
I really enjoyed this dish. I crushed the seeds with a mortar and pestle to bring out their flavor. I don't know where to get a 19 oz can of beans so I used a 15 oz can. My one complaint is that I think this recipe feeds two or three people rather than four as a main dish. Also next time I will wilt the spinach in the chickpea mixture rather than separately as I don't think that was necessary. I served this with whole wheat flat bread.