It says "serves 2", but I ate the whole lot the first time I made this. If you don't sauté the onions too long, they'll still have a bit of bite in the soup and it's amazing! I only blended mine a little, I like texture in my soup.
I'm confused, what do you mean you have no way of juicing a lemon? All you need is one hand, and a fork to make it even easier. Pre-packed lemon juice can only be inferior. It should also be punishable by law to needlessly create packaging and waste for something that already comes in a natural non-polluting package. You decide how much you want to compromise with your taste buds and conscience!
That sounds really good. I have friends coming for dinner and one of my guests doesn't eat any flour or wheat or sugar and alot of other things. I can't make falafa for the other guests and this for her.
I read that too fast as "the book is out!" and got really excited
This soup sounds great! I'll have to get some fresh rosemary (mine died, oops! but my mom is giving me another one when I visit) and give this a try. My son loves chickpeas too, so I bet he'll be happy to see this recipe!
I finally made this (I'll never know why things take me so long to do) with the dried rosemary (I've successfully/unfortunately killed three rosemary plants since March) and a lime for the lemon (I swear I buy lemons, but then all I find are limes), and it was amazing! My son and my husband both loved it, and it's front and foremost in my cooking folder now, along with many of your other recipes. I don't know that I can ever say thank you enough for these recipes! They mean so much to me and they've given me confidence because they're so easy for me to understand and follow. I can't wait for the cookbook!