Warm Spiced Potato and Chickpea Salad

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU WASH THE FRESH FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND HERBS BEFORE YOU START.

COOKING TIME
30 Mins

DIFFICULTY

INGREDIENTS 2p 4p
Washed potato 300 gr 600 gr
Chickpeas 200 gr 400 gr
Red onion 1/2 1
Tomato 2 4
Garlic 2 4
Herb mix (turmeric, smoked paprika, cumin, chilli flakes, oregano) 1.5 tbsp 3 tbsp
Broccoli 150 gr 300 gr
*Vinegar (sherry, red wine, balsamic, natural) 2 tbsp 4 tbsp
*Olive Oil ½ cup 1 cup

* PRODUCTS ARE PANTRY ITEMS AND ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE BOX NEITHER ARE SALT AND PEPPER

  Nutrition per 100 Grams

  Energy 257Kj
  Protein 3.3g
  Fat, Total 0.5g
  –  Saturated 0.1g
  Carbohydrates 8.5g
  – Sugars 1.9g
  Sodium 25g
  Allergens None

TOOLS: 2 Saucepans, strainer, mixing bowl, kitchen machine

METHOD

1

PREP & COOK                    

Cube potatoes in 2cm pieces ● place potatoes in saucepan and cover with cold water & salt ●  bring to the boil, then simmer and cook for around 20 minutes (or until potatoes can be pierced through with a knife)

2

PREP & DRAIN                     

Slice onion into half rings ●  remove seeds from one (2) of the tomatoes and slice into strips and set aside ● drain and rinse chickpeas ● add chickpeas to the boiling potatoes for the last 5 minutes ● strain potatoes and chickpeas

3

BLEND                                   

Roughly chop tomato and place in blender ● add herb mix & vinegar ● start blender and slowly add the olive oil ● blend into a thin dressing ● season to taste with salt & pepper

4

COOK                                    

Boil water in a saucepan with a pinch of salt ● cut broccoli in small florets ● cook the broccoli for 3-4 minutes ● drain broccoli

5

MIX & SERVE                         

Place potatoes, chickpeas & broccoli in a big bowl ● add ¾ of the dressing and coat the salad well ● add set aside onion and tomato ● season with salt & pepper and remaining dressing if desired ● serve in a bowl

Attention customers with food allergies. Our products may contain traces of allergens, such as wheat, soybeans, tree nuts, peanuts, or wheat.