Detox Moroccan-spiced chickpea glow bowl
Who’s playing around with their life throughout the following more than two days?
I have planned each day this weekend, which is a little unusual for me but I am v excited about them all, since they incorporate things like eating out at my favorite Indian restaurant (I started strategically arranging my request last night – I pay attention to these things), heading off to a play with my best girlfriends, hosting an infant shower for which I will make beautiful extravagant pants toast and a pumpkin streusel bundt cake ♡, viewing my little sibling play football, and eating the leftovers of this bowl to do a perfect eating reset between the entirety of my going-out meals.
I sort of can hardly imagine how Monday is Halloween and afterward Tuesday is NOVEMBER. November as in the prior month December. How did this occur. Did life pull a prank on us? What’s more, does November mean we are authoritatively moving into the super chilly season, and when is it satisfactory to just put on my best sweats and stay inside all day, every day and call it to winter?
I’m the sort of person who is always requiring in any event 3 pairs of thick socks, and who just ever eats hot to exceptionally hot nourishment, and who talks to her husband about her (NEED) for a hot tub consistently. I really don’t adore chilly climate. But do you realize what is somewhat fun about chilly climate? You can feel comfortable. When we lived in the Philippines, I realized that without chilly climate, you never get the chance to feel comfortable.
So as I’m preparing myself for November/winter/cold times ahead, I’m feeling 99% thankful for the opportunity to feel comfortable with my sweats, thick socks, and a major shine bowl stacked with those Moroccan-spiced chickpeas. And furthermore still 1% eager for a hot tub. I NEEDZ A HOT TUB
So I’m super glad to bring this recipe/mashup/bowl situation to you today, guys.
This is what we have going on in this chickpea shine bowl:
Moroccan-spiced chickpeas simmered in sauce fire-roasted tomatoes. Couscous, cooked and lightened to flawlessness, or our old standby quinoa, depending on your perfect eating goals (I’m somewhat over quinoa right now, so couscous did the trick beautifully for me). Cucumber salad otherwise known as cucumbers, some lemon juice, olive oil, and herbs to the maximum – > hi mint, parsley, and cilantro. Plain yogurt or hummus for a side-sauce bonus, and toasted pita wedges if you’re alright working a little bit of wheat into your detox.
What’s more, just in case you need some ideas, here are the situations that a Detox Moroccan-Spiced Chickpea Glow Bowl could be considered useful in a typical person’s life:
You have been eating out a great deal this week. (Hello, yes.) You are coming all the way back from an outing or experience where you ate really well, and by really well, I don’t mean really spotless. (Me once more.) You like to eat super healthy nourishment that a) gives you lots of nutrition and b) doesn’t taste like broken hearts and shattered dreams. (Oooh, yes, here!)
This is at present going about as my colder-weather go-to for a super nutritious, plant-based supper that is basically the same experience as me eating my favorite solace nourishment. Alright, fine, pizza may still stand in a class all its own, but other than that, I’d say this detox bowl can contend with the best of them.Print
Detox Moroccan Chickpea Glow Bowl: clean eating meets comfort food! vegetarian / vegan.
- 2 14-ounce cans chickpeas
- 2 14-ounce cans fire roasted diced tomatoes
- 1 teaspoon sea salt
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 tablespoon each – chili powder and cumin
- 1 teaspoon each – turmeric and garam masala
- 1/4 cup chopped onion
- 1 clove garlic, minced
- dash of each -cinnamon and cayenne (to taste)
- Heat the olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the onion; saute until soft. Add the garlic, spices, salt, and chickpeas – stir until very fragrant. Add the tomatoes (undrained) and simmer for 20 minutes while you prep the other ingredients.
- Chop the cucumber, cook the couscous, and mince the herbs. Arrange bowls with desired amounts of all ingredients. Voila!
These are also very delicious as burritos. I am not joking. Wrap all those fillings up inside a large, warmed flour tortilla and be amazed.
- Category: VEGETARIAN
- Cuisine: MOROCCAN
Keywords: Detox moroccan-spiced chickpea glow bowl