Best Grown in the Hemp Sprouting Bag, The Sprout Master Sprouters, The Easy Sprout Sprouters, The Easy Green Automatic Sprouter. Also called Chick Peas. Easily sprouted. Likes cooler temperatures. Add to salads, soups and stir-frys. Try making a raw sprouted hummus served on raw flax cracker for your next party.
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I think I will make Curried Chickpea Garbanzo Sprout Salad for Lunch.
I have been rooting around in my refrigerator trying to come up with something that is on hand that I can make for lunch so I decided to make a Curried Chickpea Garbanzo sprout salad. Usually, I just eat what I have without any further processing or preparation but I wanted something different that had a little pizzaz to it so I made this easy summer salad recipe. Just a little note: chickpeas and garbanzo and chichi beans are all different names for the same bean.
You can't do many sprout recipes without first planning for it because you need the sprouts. But if you live in a household that has some sprouts growing all the time, then it is a little bit easier to make something with what is on hand. And what was available to me today were the Chickpea Garbanzo already sprouted and ready to eat. I am planning to make a raw sprouted hummus but sprouted way too many chickpea garbanzos, hence the other reason for this recipe.
Here are the chickpea garbanzos soaking. After I soaked them overnight, I drained out the soaking water and rinsed them with fresh water and drained out that water. There were only wet chickpea garbanzos left in the bowl, without any standing water. I sprouted a lot of these so just kept them in the soaking bowl, rinsing once in the morning and then once in the evening. Both times I made certain that all the water was drained out and there were only wet beans in the bowl without any standing water. They are soft enough to eat, but cruchy, too, not mushy. So I put the chickpea garbanzos in the fridge until I was ready to do something with them. Like make a salad for lunch.
What to Use to make a Chickpea Garbanzo Salad
I had two small tomatoes from the garden. I diced those. Then I added about a tablespoon of curry paste. Mixed everything all up together and had this salad for lunch after it chilled in the fridge about an hour.
- Garbanzo Tomato Curry Salad
Chickpea Garbanzo Beans Have Great Nutritional Value
In addition to being easy to digest, Chickpea Garbanzo beans have great nutritonal value.
* Low Fat
* High soluble fiber
* Contains Zinc, Vitamin C, B6, Vitamin E, Folate
* Contains Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Manganese, Copper
* One cup contains: 5.9 grams of protein
* One cup contains: 143 calories
These sprouted beans help to reduce choloesterol and reduce blood pressure.
I cut up a cucumber from the garden to make my lunch complete with chickpea garbanzo curried sprout salad.
- Chickpea Garbanzo Salad Plated with Cucumbers
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Your friend in sprouting,
Sprout Lady Rita
I hope you enjoy making and eating this curried chickpea garbanzo summer salad.
Raw Sprouted Hummus Recipe
If you need a snack or appetizer recipe that everyone will enjoy and is easy to make, then Raw Sprouted Hummus is it. This hummus is made from sprouted garbanzo beans. You can use your own recipe that includes cooked or canned garbanzos and substitute the raw sprouted garbanzos for the others.
I have made this Raw Sprouted Hummus many times for all different occassions serving all different people and it has never lasted long. Meat eaters love it. To serve Raw Sprouted Hummus include the traditional breads like pita or naan. You can also use raw veggies like peppers and cucumbers or carrots. Make this dish of Raw Sprouted Hummus and if you serve enough sides it can be your meal.
Steps to Making Raw Sprouted Hummus
To start, you need to plan. But sprouting garbanzo beans for Raw Sprouted Hummus only takes about a day after soaking. Soak the beans in a jar or bowl of water overnight. You can soak the garbanzos for 24 hours with a water change in the middle at 12 hours. Drain out the soaking water and rinse with fresh water. Drain out the fresh water so that you only have wet garbanzo beans and no standing water. Let them sprout for about 1 day not more than 2 days. They will be crunchy and not mushy.
Put the garbanzos in a food processor along with some tahini and lemon juice and a little sea salt. You can also add some curry or red pepper to this to spice it up a bit.
Puree everything together and season to taste and there you have it, Raw Sprouted Hummus.
That is it. That is how you make the most wonderful dish in the world.
The Good Stuff Inside Raw Sprouted Hummus
Garbanzo beans are a good source of protein and fiber. They are easily digested and more so after they have been pureed along with the lemon juice.
- Raw Sprouted Hummus
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Your friend in sprouting,
Sprout Lady Rita
I hope you make this Raw Sprouted Hummus and eat it all up!