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  • An awesome chickpea recipe (for those who eat some forbidden legumes :)

    2 cups of chickpeas
    1 diced tomato
    2 tablespoons of diced garlic
    1 tablespoon of tahini
    juice of one squeezed lemon
    2 tablespoons of Zatar seasoning
    1 tsp of fresh ground pepper
    a drizzle of olive oil

    Mix well in a dish that can be tightly lidded.
    Refrigerate for at least an hour.
    Heat on low on the stove, in a pot, for 10 minutes.
    Enjoy this mix wrapped in lettuce, with celery, or in a bowl.

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    i don't get it... hummus that's not been blended, with a diced tomato and zatar added in?

    i'm assuming you're using cooked chickpeas, but like, how do you know when this is done? 10 minutes - really?

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    • #3
      Love the sound of this. Sounds very like something I ate in Turkey - served with pita bread, which I used to love!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jakey View Post
        i don't get it... hummus that's not been blended, with a diced tomato and zatar added in?

        i'm assuming you're using cooked chickpeas, but like, how do you know when this is done? 10 minutes - really?
        Dear Jakey, please stop responding to my recipe posts. If you don't "get it" or "like it" that's fine. Just stop responding. Thanks.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Rasputina View Post
          Dear Jakey, please stop responding to my recipe posts. If you don't "get it" or "like it" that's fine. Just stop responding. Thanks.
          i don't even recall posting on another recipe post of yours, but no problem at all. goodbye and good luck.

          * edit - had to look it up. i left one comment about smoked trout you got at trader joe's, thinking it was the canned stuff in canola oil. must have been a traumatic experience!
          Last edited by jakey; 04-24-2012, 06:36 PM.

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          • #6
            Thank you. Fare thee well.

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