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Spanish Garbanzo Stew

Remember my love affair with garbanzos? It continues.

Here is my recipe for my version of Spanish garbanzo stew or "potaje".


2  cans of garbanzos drained and rinsed (15.5 oz cans)
1/2 medium sized tomato
1 roasted red pepper
1/4 bell pepper
2 cloves of garlic
1/2 tsp of smokey paprika
2 bay leaves
1/4 medium onion
2 1/2 baby carrots
2 medium potatoes
salt to taste
2 cups of water

Cook all ingredients listed above on medium high heat until potatoes are tender.
Take out bay leaves and blend all liquid with everything (except most garbanzos and some potatoes).

Enjoy! (¡Buen provecho!)
   
Veronica

Comments

Anonymous said…
Hmmmm, When are you making this? I'd love to come over and eat!!
Veronica said…
heehee! This is what we had for dinner last night.
The Kemps said…
Love, love, love it!!
andrea said…
I just found your blog. This recipe looks great!! One of my daughters is a vegetarian and I am always looking for good vegetarian recipes.

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