Posted By harrythebrooklynkitchen @ 4:59 PM
Fresh garbanzo beans just arrived. Fun little green pods bring in the first taste of spring. Grab 1/2 lb. at $4.99 and your taste buds will thank you.
Hi everyone Class Manager Michelle here and I”m really excited about this new seasonal treat we got in at the store.
Are you as curious about how to cook these as I am?
I did some research online and it sounds like the best way to do it is pan roasted in the pod and eat them like edamame. This is recipe is my favorite http://donutarmy.blogspot.com/2011/01/roasted-fresh-garbanzo-beans.html that I found because of the use of and Indian spice blend. I think I might get a bag on Monday and cook some up with the Chat Masala spice blend we have left over from our Indian cooking class we had earlier this month.
Good luck and let me know about your adventures with this exciting new product!
I am very intrigued by this new taste adventure you have in your store. I lived in Spain for more than two decades and never heard of anyone eating garbanzos fresh like this. But it may have been a regional problem on my part. So I have written to a friend to see if she can investigate the matter further and pass along whatever I can add to your suggestion. One thing I do know, but it’s only related, although I was reminded: “fresh” almonds look just like this – while still young and the husk hasn’t turned brown and hard. They have to be peeled but the almond inside is incredible. Spaniards obviously learned this from their North African invaders; they are more common in the south. So you might look into getting some of those too.
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