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    chick peas butter and oregano


    Recipe Description
    chick peas butter and oregano
    Preparation Steps:Level of Difficulty:
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    Time Needed:
    10 minutes
    Ingredients:
    chick peas
    butter
    oregano
    parmesan cheese
    Serves:
    1
    Directions:
    in a shallow frying pan put the chick peas with the juice. add glob of butter and oregano. reduce by half. serve with parmesan cheese
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    This sounds really good! Is it full of fiber? I should make this with one of our dinners this week.

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    oh, yeah, makes ya go......
    baby step 2- see blog for actual amounts

    "stop being a victim, you are a perpetrator, taking things without paying for them is stealing, you are not a victim, you are a perpetrator. PAY THE PEOPLE YOU OWE, pray for the people you owe, and make it right. " hard nosed AA person, thumping his big book, addressed to me in AA meeting 7/30/2013

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    I'm definitely making this with our porkchops on Sunday. Do you have to eat a lot to see results? I totall need more fiber in my diet and this sounds delicious.

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    This was so good, I made it with our porkchops for dinner tonight. I thought it tasted like a cross between acorn squash and an acorn . I'm going to make this again during the week too .

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    How easy is that? Tomorrow's lunch on couscous I think.
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    I actually have everything to make this at home right now. I think I'll have this tonight. Thanks!

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    What does reduce by half mean? I just started to learn how to cook.

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    Reduce by half means to cook it down until you have about half the liquid you started with.

    Marie 78: All beans are high fiber.

    I think I'll try this too. I was going to get 12 cans of kidney beans tonight (nice sale). I may have to make one of those chickpeas!
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    got anotherr one for you ladies.....sautee a few cloves of garlic in oil......dont let brown!...add about 6 or so cups of chix broth, bring to a boil, add 12oz or so of angel hair or linguine, let cook (directions on box) add 1 15 oz can drained chickpeas, 1/2 C fresh parsley, 1 pint of chopped chery tomatoes. served over spinach....sprinkle w/ lots of fresh grated romano....dinne is served!

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    Why is there no 'thanks' button?

    Thank you! It sounds great.

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    This sounds great! With a nice salad! This is my dinner tonight!

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    this sounds good. I think Ill try it.
    I always fried my chic peas from the can with butter and onions.

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