Whether you’re heading to Sunday brunch or looking for a simply refreshing meal at home, serve up this salmon and broccoli quiche. It’s got all the nutrients you need and all the flavor you want!
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- dried chickpeas 1 ¾ c
- garlic (crushed) 2 cloves
- ground coriander 1 T
- ground cumin 1 T
- cayenne pepper (or chili powder) to taste
- fresh parsley or cilantro (chopped) ½ c
- ground black pepper to taste
- baking soda ½ t
- lemon juice to taste
- oil for frying
- Soak the chickpeas in a large bowl filled with 3-4 inches of water; soak for 24 hours, adding more water if necessary.
- Drain the chickpeas and place in food processor. Combine with all ingredients but the oil. Pulse ingredients until coarse and minced (avoid over-pulsing). Add water in tablespoon increments if necessary. Add seasonings and spices to your liking.
- In a large skillet, pour 2-3 inches of oil; heat on medium to about 350 F.
- Use a tablespoon to measure out chickpea mixture; shape it into a ball or patty. Fry the falafel in small batches until golden brown (no more than 5 minutes). Plate and serve.
Zucchini is a vegetable that can be used in any number of dishes. Not only is it pretty to look at, but it adds a nutritional punch to whatever you’re cooking. September is prime season for zucchini, so whip up these muffins for a sweet-savory snack!
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