Monday, 18 May 2015

Couscous Chickpea Paprika Salad







Two weeks ago I randomly came up with this recipe for dinner and I absolutely loved its simplicity and the amazing taste! This dish is so quick, easy and filling! It's perfect for lunch or dinner and you don't have to feel super guilty if you eat a little too much of it ;)


The Ingredients
Coucous (or quinoa)
Spinach (frozen)
Paprika (Pepper)
Chickpeas
Salt
Pepper
Chili
Vegetable broth 
Garlic


The Preparation
Cut up all your veggies, preheat oven and oil a tin, put in the paprika and season to taste, grill for about 30 minutes. With some oil, caramelise the garlic together with some salt and chili. When they turn golden add the rest of the paprika and spinach, mine was frozen so it needed more time to cook. Add in the vegetable broth with around 250 ml of boiled water and add the chickpeas. Let simmer for 5 minutes before adding in the couscous, take the pan off of the heat and start stirring. When the water is soaked up, put the pan back on the stove and stir couscous with a fork to make more fluffy. Serve the couscous together with the grilled paprika and enjoy! 


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Lots of Love,

Savannah


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7 comments

  1. Oh my god this looks so nice! Convinced my mom that we're gonna have 1 vegan and 1 vegetarian day a week. Can't wait to look up recipes :)

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    1. You have to try it it is so good!! Yaaaay! Great way to start, you won't even miss all the animal products believe me! xxx

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  2. That looks amazing, Ill have to try to make this for my fiance.
    xx Falasha
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    1. You should! It's easy and delicious! xoxo

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  3. That looks so Yummy!!
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  4. oh my, now i am really hungry! thanks for sharing, this looks goooood! Can't wait to try it!

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