Chickpeas by Victoria GranofShort Stack is a series of small-format cookbooks authored by Americas top culinary talents. Each edition is a collectible, single-subject booklet with 20-25 recipes that offer ingenious new ways to cook our favorite ingredients. Each 48-page 4.5 x 7.5 book is printed domestically on textured cover paper and colored paper interior with a staple binding. All of Short Stacks covers and illustrations are original artwork. Short Stack Editions CHICKPEAS: Chickpeas are undeniably having a moment, but this edition proves their position as far more than just a trend: the reach of chickpeas is astonishingly deep, and undeniably cross-cultural. And from each cultures iconic chickpea recipe, new techniques and smart approaches emerge. This edition will show these versatile legumes in a new light.
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Some are a more brothy like soup, some blend some chickpeas for a thicker base, some more herby with rosemary or sage, some are light and others are heavy on tomatoes. I bet you think this means it will be complicated. It is, in fact, the opposite. Spaghetti-Os growing up, the little Os are an official pasta shape called annellini. Did I originally buy them with vague aspirations of reverse engineering the canned stuff? You betcha.
Mondays can be brutal. And after a particularly long day, the last thing we want to do is make a complicated meal for dinner. That's where this genius, simple recipe from Chickpeas by Victoria Granof comes in.
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Pitched as a five-ingredient, one-pot dinner, it took on a life of its own. I stumbled across it looking for a way to use a bag of dried garbanzo beans from Rancho Gordo. Why was it such a sensation? Because it is more of a concept than a recipe, simple comfort food from the south of Italy. How do I make such a simple recipe better? Home-cooked chickpeas. Behold, the magic of pressure cooker beans!