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March 09, 2011


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I love chickpeas and this one looks very tasty and creamy!


I grew to love chickpeas. As a child I would pick them out of my bean salad. How things change.


Welcome to the world of chickpeas! I've loved them all my life, even as a kid. Yeah, I was a little weird that way... :)


questi ceci sono decisamente succulenti, sono andata di link in link e ho capito perchè.....la tua partenza gustativa con il pollo è veramente una partenza saporita, mi son segnata la ricetta.....le ricette ho imparato a leggerle anche in inglese ^_______^ ciauzzzz


It is true, I recently tried taking off the skin from chickpeas and it does make a difference, however I usually do that only for 'special occasion' hummus. And I could not agree more about the broth: until recently I often discarded it, but it is very flavourful especially with the kombu.


I love your ceci. I remove the skin because it makes them more creamy but also because they become more digestive.


Simo batti un colpo, dimmi che non è arrivata nessuna onda anomala e che va tutto bene, ciauzzzzz

Simona Carini

Thanks, Catalina.

Fortunately they do, Val. I now love a lot of foods I hated as a child.

Ciao Frank. Not all kids hate legumes, I know. So you got to enjoy chickpeas even as a young person. I would not say weird: a bit unusual, maybe ;)

Ciao Astro. Come al solito, fammi sapere se vuoi piu' dettagli sulla ricetta.

Ciao Caffettiera. It is certainly not a quick task, so I can understand doing it only for special occasions. I am glad you also know about the tasty chickpea broth.

Ciao Ivy. Thanks for the clarification.

Ciao Astro. Siamo ad Oakland e non abbiamo visto nulla, ma a Trinidad si e' vista bene e piu' a nord ha provocato notevoli danni nel porto di Crescent City. Un po' mi dispiace che non l'ho vista.

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