Curry Roasted Chickpeas

Chickpea curries have never really been my thing til I discovered that cooking the chickpeas first makes them suuuuper yummy – then you can just add your chosen veggies / favourite curry sauce (these went in a chickpea biryani with a curry sauce on the side (that I made with balti paste, garlic, coconut milk and lentils πŸ‘Œ) or they make an amazingly yummy snack just as they are too!

To make the curried chickpeas just cook drained, canned chickpeas in a frying pan with a good tablespoon of curry paste (this is Pataks balti paste, and I don’t add oil cos the paste is oily enough) and crushed clove of garlic or two, a pinch of salt then fry for a good 5 /10 minutes until not just the paste has cooked but the chickpeas have browned a little too – so yummy! 😍 L xChickpea curries have never really been my thing til I discovered that cooking the chickpeas first makes them suuuuper yummy – then you can just add your chosen veggies / favourite curry sauce (these went in a chickpea biryani with a curry sauce on the side (that I made with balti paste, garlic, coconut milk and lentils πŸ‘Œ) or they make an amazingly yummy snack just as they are too! To make the curried chickpeas just cook drained, canned chickpeas in a frying pan with a good tablespoon of curry paste (this is Pataks balti paste, and I don’t add oil cos the paste is oily enough) and crushed clove of garlic or two then fry for a good 5 /10 minutes until not just the paste has cooked but the chickpeas have browned a little too – so yummy! 😍 L X

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