Confit tandoori chickpeas from Ottolenghi Test Kitchen: Shelf Love (page 105) by Yotam Ottolenghi and Noor Murad

  • coriander leaves
  • coriander seeds
  • garlic
  • fresh ginger
  • limes
  • mint
  • tomato paste
  • turmeric
  • Greek yogurt
  • olive oil
  • chilli flakes
  • canned chickpeas
  • Kashmiri chilli powder
  • datterini tomatoes
  • Fresno chillies
  • cumin seeds
  • EYB Comments

    Can substitute paprika for Kashmiri chilli powder, and canned butter beans for canned chickpeas.

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Notes about this recipe

  • Eat Your Books

    Can substitute paprika for Kashmiri chilli powder, and canned butter beans for canned chickpeas.

  • aargle on January 09, 2022

    This was so easy and so delicious. I used sweet paprika and chilli powder as I didn’t have any Kashmiri curry powder. It really only serves three as a main.

  • aargle on January 09, 2022

    This was so easy and so delicious. I used sweet paprika and chilli powder as I didn’t have any Kashmiri curry powder. It really only serves three as a main.

  • Pimlicocook on November 21, 2021

    Couldn’t be easier to make: basically a delicious chickpea curry once the yogurt has melded in. I made half the recipe and it was a little too much for one (no sides, but rice would be good). I might tone down the chilli (I threw in quite a large one!) just a little bit next time, as it slightly overwhelmed the flavours.

  • dc151 on November 09, 2021

    This was actually mostly a cupboard recipe! Great flavor, though it barely was enough for four. I used pimenton instead of Kashmiri chili powder, but otherwise stayed faithful to the original recipe. The sauce was wonderful too.

  • EmilyR on October 26, 2021

    I went easy on the Kashmiri chili powder as it can be rather spicy. Nice Indian flavors. My neighbor raved over this one.

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