Seems like over a month since I pulled a Foodie Friday. I guess part of that is because I have been eating staples for some time now. Even though I have been cooking almost nightly nothing has been particularly new. While this recipe is a lot like my lentil, potato, and cauliflower dish I think it is different enough (kinda) that I can post it. It sure was delicious.
- 1 big ole can garbanzo beans
- 2 potatoes peeled and cubed
- 8oz fresh spinach chopped
- 3 large tomatoes sliced and halved
- 1 red onion thinly sliced
- 1 serrano pepper thinly sliced
- 1 tbsp capers
- 3 cloves garlic
- 1tbsp vegetable oil
- Lots of cumin and curry powder
- A dash of nutmeg
- Salt and pepper to taste
HERE ARE THE STEPS
HERE ARE THE STEPS
- Put a big old pot of water on to boil
- Heat the oil in a large and deep pan and sauté the onion
- After about 4 minutes add the serrano and garlic and let cook for a little while
- Add the capers, tomatoes, spinach, and spices cover the pan and let simmer for about 10 minutes stirring occasionally
- Add the potatoes to the now boiling water and let them get nice and soft
- Once the tomatoes reduce and make a nice sauce add the garbanzo beans and the potato.
- Give it a nice stir and let everything cook together for about five minutes.
- Serve with flour or corn tortilla with the dish because it is somewhat Indian like and tortillas are somewhat naan like (I know this is a stretch) and I thought it would be good. I was right.
People guessed all the songs from yesterday, cause they were all pretty awesome, so here is a new group.
- I love you/ Completely/ Please I don't want you to go/ Thought are not content here with me and you feel you must go
- Coming out the slums/ It's the hoodlums/ I'm pulling my gat out on all you bums
- I'm trying to tell you something 'bout my life/ Maybe give me insight between black and white/and the best thing you ever done for me/ Is to help me take my life less seriously. Closer To Fine, The Indigo Girls. Identified jointly by Mom and Jason. How Cute.
- Isn't she lovely/ Isn't she wonderful/ Isn't she pretty/ less than one minute old. Isn't She Lovely, Stevie Wonder. Identified by Mom.
- You've got a bad reputation/ That's the word out on the town/ It gives a certain fascination/ But it can only bring you down