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Bean meets green

For a lot of vegans beans are a gift. It’s nutritious, easy to prepare, versatile and tasty. Chickpeas are my favorite. Mashed, in a salad or in this case combined with greens: Bean meets green.

And when you don’t have time to cook organic canned chickpeas are a lifesaver.

Food facts:

  • Protein, protein, protein….
  • Chickpeas are rich in fibre.
  • They contain magnesium that is important for our muscles.
  • They contain a good amount of calcium.
  • Low GI ( Glycaemic Index) equals constant energy without cravings.
  • Chickpeas stabilize the blood sugar level. They provide you with slow burning energy without disrupting the blood sugar levels.

There are so many ways to prepare chickpeas. Although many of us only might think of dishes such as hummus or falafel I believe they are much more easier to add into any meal.

So let’s bundle the forces. Beans with greens!

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Bean Meets Green
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Total Time
15 min
Total Time
15 min
Ingredients
  1. One ( or two small) onion (s)
  2. A cup of chickpeas
  3. One zucchini
  4. Two tomatoes
  5. Parsley
  6. Spinach
  7. Turmeric (one tablespoon)
  8. Celtic sea salt
  9. Pepper
  10. Coconut oil
Instructions
  1. Cut all the ingredient in small pieces.
  2. Cut the zucchini as well and boil them just a couple of minutes. In the meanwhile cut the onions and stir them. The moment they turn tender stir in the tomatoes and spinach. When the water from the tomatoes is released add all the herbs.
  3. After that add the chickpeas, the zucchini and finish off with some parsley.
Notes
  1. Don't be afraid to add too much turmeric. Combined with the tomatoes it will taste delicious.
  2. Enjoy!
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2 Comments

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    Nooch : The Green Creator
    September 2, 2013 at 9:13 am

    […] How to make a healthy filling meal when you don’t have time? We already know the food facts on chickpeas. […]

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    Pancake Perfection : The Green Creator
    September 26, 2013 at 3:02 pm

    […] Like said, prepare these the exact same way as above. Some people might however prefer a bit thicker pancakes depending on how you want to serve them. I filled these ones with a vegetables tomato mix. Just throw all vegetables you like with an onion in a pan and fry until soft. Add one or two cans of concentrated tomato sauce with some water and fill the pancake with this warm mixture. This is a very tasty and filling dish. You can add some nutritional yeast in the filling for an extra cheese taste and to create a healthy vegan Mexican tortilla taste-a-like. More on the health benefits of chickpeas here. […]

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