Simple, Healthy Indian Recipe! Chic Pea Carrot Stew


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  1. I made this two days ago and it came out really good. My husband absolutely loves it and said it has a good flavorful spice and a hint of sweet. I used baby carrots cut in half and half a teaspoon of cinnamon, no cilantro because I didn’t have any, less onion because I don’t like a lot of onion and about 1/4 tsp of cayenne pepper. I made white rice with a little chicken bullion and it all came out so good. He’s half Afghan so it was like the perfect dish to please that side of him lol thank you!

  2. I made this for my family tonight for dinner! I knew if I said we were having “chick pea and carrot stew” I would have some faces so I said “hummus stew” 😆 trying to trick my husband who likes hummus but not anything else in the recipe and especially not Indian food. After dinner he said it was one of the best Mexican dishes I had ever made 😂 He thought it was hominy. I was bursting to tell him it was Indian because he’s so picky. I really enjoyed it. Will definitely make again! So flavorful, healthy and cheap! Thanks so much for sharing!

    I really really love your channel and your family. I am a homeschool mom of 4 under 6 and I really love the encouragement that comes out of your daily life. God bless you guys!

  3. Sarah, have you tried roasting chickpeas? You'd cook them as normal, then make sure they are drained well. A little olive/whatever oil you have, plus some spices (paprika, cumin, etc). On a lined baking tray and roast for 20 minutes. Nice little alternative to popcorn, I'm sure your kids would love it.

    I'm not the biggest fan of chickpeas, but I will have them roasted or in a homemade curry sauce.

    Also, have you ever cooked with fresh/frozen/dried curry leaves? They will change your cooking. Delicious x

    God bless. All the best for the new year.

  4. Hi! I am Indian, and a happy follower of your channel. I am from Coimbatore, too! I am glad you came to our beautiful city. I can share recipes for Idli, Sambar or Coconut chutney if you want. It's pretty easy to make, and really good for large/bulk breakfasts! Loved this video. Keep them coming!

  5. So happy you're trying more vegetarian and vegan friendly food! Have you and your family thought about going vegan? Cause from here it looks like your eating A LOT of meat, dairy and eggs. Or would you consider trying a week eating all vegan and plant baset? That would have been so much fun! All the best from Norway!

  6. Hi Sarah, I really love Indian food and so my family. Will try this recipe, definitely. Every time you amaze me with different skills and talents. You are definitely PR 31 Woman of God. I am learning a lot from you. Truly an inspiration. And I noticed your Mother in Law was reading about Mother Thereza. In our household our motto is – Every day is a learning day…I love how you teach your children different skills, how you help educate them and inspire them All the time. Great mama…S2

  7. I'm from tamilnadu although not the district you mentioned i am from vellore.You could try vadai its relatively easier than idly and doesn't need many ingredients.Coconut chutney will go well with ulundhu(urud dhal) vadai which is easy as well.

  8. When you cook your chickpeas in the pressure cooker how long do you cook them and what setting? Mine were a little bit too soft last time on my bean setting. Also do you season yours in the pressure cooker?

  9. I will try this!!! Indian food is my favorite ethnic food. I lived in a east Indian neighborhood fro 16 years. We made the food or bought it homemade for a very inexpensive price.

  10. Oh gosh, I was in South India too and miss idli so much! When I mention that to Indian people they are so confused. Idli is a basically their equivalent of oatmeal: a bland breakfast food. LOL!

  11. I'm not into cilantro, so I ended up skipping it, yet I wouldn't be myself if I hadn't modificate anything 🙂 I've added some honey, cause "somehow" 😂 onion got to be black 😉 and the taste was just not right 😉 it ended up pretty well 🙂

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