Curried Chickpea Stew

Jan 21, 2022| By JOI team


Jan 21, 2022| By JOI team

Curried Chickpea Stew

Almond-Base | Cashew-Base | Chickpea | Creamer-Base | Curry | Dairy-Free | Dinner | Keto | Lunch | Oat-Powder | Recipe | Soup | Stew | Sugar-Free | Vegan | Vegetarian | 

Why Make Chickpea Curry?

This amazing dish is the perfect thing to meal prep for the week! Curried Chickpea Stew is a great meal for lunch or dinner and keeps in the fridge very well.

The warm curry sauce mixed with tender vegetables makes it hearty and healthy!

Why is this soup recipe healthy & tasty?

The chickpeas are a great source of plant-based protein and will keep you full long after enjoying this dish. A mix of chickpeas, carrots, onion, and sweet diced tomatoes are warm and inviting! They balance out the spice of the curry sauce nicely. It's delicious served over hearty wild rice and the color is absolutely gorgeous!

Plus, this chickpea stew is both savory and spicy. Its sauce is made from curry, cinnamon, salt and pepper along with a thick, creamy mixture of equal parts vegetable stock and JOI. That stew broth coats all the veggies, packing delicious flavor in every bite!

If you're avoiding saturated fat, you're in luck! By using JOI plant bases for creaminess (and protein, fiber and healthy fats) instead of the typical full fat coconut milk, you're avoiding a hit of saturated fat.

This is an adaptable curry recipe.

We love this recipe because you can make it to suit your taste buds...or whatever is hanging in the back of your produce bin that needs to be used up!

Don't have carrots? Substitute sweet potato or a winter squash, such as butternut, kabocha or delicata.

Love garlic? Just sautee onion and garlic cloves together for even more layers of flavor.

Want to keep the soup bright? Squeeze some fresh lime juice over the finished product for that extra acidity kick some taste buds can't live without.

A complete meal!

Serve this curry topped with a scoop of grains, or on a bed of spinach, and you'll feel satisfied for hours. It's a complete meal on its own.

Not feeling like just soup? Then serve this dish with a salad and a piece of crusty bread for a terrific lunch or dinner.


1 comment

  • Is this really 2400 calories per serving?


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