Pantry Recipes: Chickpeas | Basics with Babish

Avaldati 19 märts 2020
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This week, we're headed into the canned goods aisle for some shelf-stable supper (and dessert!) by virtue of your pantry's resident weirdo, the chickpea. From snacks to dinner to dessert, this is a protein-packed, nutritious, versatile little...bean? Legume? What exactly is it? [Googles furiously]
It's a legume.
Recipe: basicswithbabish.co/basicsepisodes/chickpeas
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  • Next time on Pantry Basics: Lentils babayyyy!

    • Still waiting

    • Did we ever get this?

    • You do not put garam masala during cooking. As they are already tosted.

    • Binging with Babish yessss!!!

    • I recommend adding the tahini after processing the chickpeas. It makes it thicker and it just taste better to me.

  • METRIC?

  • I never knew what Chana masala until my girlfriend (a vegitarian) told me about it. its now our weekly meal together :)

  • I've had vegan chocolate chip cookies made from chickpea flour and they're quite good. If you like them super crunchy

  • You sure the cookies are vegan? What about the chocolat? ;)

  • I love you Babish and I promise this comes from the heart ... I realized one thing in this video... you use a hell of a lot of paper towels, plastic wrap, and aluminum foil. I think it’d be dope if you switched to kitchen towels, beeswax wraps, and silpat sheets! It’s easier than you think and a good example for your viewers!

  • Im indian and i think its chana bhatura

  • such an awesome episode

  • Well, I'm eating chickpeas with rice right now... might as well watch how it's made

  • I'm moving out soon, gonna be all on my own, and just searching for easy cheap recipes I can live off of lol

  • Processed food ... haha nutritious.... good luck

  • 3:16 start

  • 8:03 Smudge aka Table Cat: Bleh

  • I always wonder if I’m not adding enough salt to things or If banish just uses an ungodly amount of salt 😅😅 my foods probably just bland 💀

  • If you cooked chana in olive oil in India, you will be murdered. Just use butter. Use chat masala not garam masala. Fresh mince ginger not dried powdered ginger cant use canned chilli fresh green birds eye or normal green chillies. So many things wrong with this. Arere🙇🏻‍♂️

  • YOu will find chickpeas in every house in INDIA wherever you go especially in the northern side, like you drop a pin on the map of INDIA and went there , you will get a tasty belly full of chickpeas dishes. We have limitless variety of chickpeas dishes. Loved your content . Love from INDIA.

  • Okay, what you want to do is toss them straight into the garbage. Then get to cooking up something meaty.

  • Boil chickpeas with baking soda, it will remove the skin. Skim the foam and pick off the rest when done

  • 7:45 browned haha

  • 2:36 even chick peas are social distancing

  • Dude, my mom makes the best channa (chickpea) curry.

  • the most simple recipe is chickpea soup.. you can cook them in the oven with tomato sauce.. except humus

  • I'm still trying to figure out how one can identify a cookie as 'vegan' (ie unappetizing) solely by the height of the cookie which you literally said you intentionally did. Or perhaps by the color? Which both cookies just look like cookies to me. Weird.

    • he has magical powers... b/c he just made them!!!!

  • almost safe to eat cookie dough - the raw flour can also be dangerous (it's not just the raw eggs!), if you truly want it to be safe, you have to seperately roast the flour in the oven (there's detailed instructions online on exactly how to ... ).

  • Nice! I like minimalist stuff and weird ingredients.

  • The way you make a curry base upsets me. Low slow add spices add water evap water THEN add tomato puree otherwise your spices don't mix right.

  • No one makes Channa masala with olive oil. Where’s the ghee???

  • Hummus is served at room temperature or slightly warm in Israel.

  • apne lund se banau tb isse badiya chole chawal bana dunga

  • I was in Israel for my gap year last year, and I can confirm that hummus can be a meal. They have hummusias, like a pizzeria for hummus. A couple fluffy pitas and a big a bowl of hummus with a sliced hard boiled egg and some mushrooms...super good. Just got into this channel and it's great.

  • loved the meringues

  • Babish: Chickpeas Me, an intellectual: *Channa*

  • Nice video and all but metric system please ... please ...

  • thats chole chawaal

  • Ive been vegan for 5 years and had no idea i could use chic pea juice for all this stuff

  • "extra toasty cheez its are gross." unsubscribed

  • I keep saying “one more video”. Truly lives up to the channel name

  • I literally thought you don't know what "vegan" is. And BTW, this is not how you should make Hummus.

  • I eat these things by themselves. They are great!

  • stopped when he squeezed that tube in the middle. smh

  • No coconut milk in the chana masala?

  • Chole Chawal

  • Balls...

  • Babish! I made the chana masala tonight for supper (had to substitute the chillies and crushed tomatoes for petite diced with green chillies because that's what I had) and wow! Delicious! Thanks so much for the recipe!

  • I don’t know why I only watch these while high

  • If you want to experment with more vegan deserts that are unuasual you can also make choalate mousse from Avacado

  • They're also quite high in magnesium, protein amd fibre. So it's great for those who are vegetarian or vegan. However they're also high in carbs so if you're watching your carb intake stick to half cup per serving.

  • What about dried chickpeas? They are much more affordable here.

    • You can soak them overnight and make falafel! Or soak them overnight and then cook them for about 30 minutes in water ( NO SALT) and you will have cooked chickpeas just like the ones you buy in cans ! And if you want the aquafaba just use the water that the chickpeas were soaked in ! I hope this helped you out a bit 👉👈❤ stay safe.

  • Just made the chick pea curry sort of thing it's absolutely amazing thank you for this recipe x

  • more vegan recipes please :)

  • I love to eat raw aquafaba meringue 😍

  • tahini? i bet greeks named that

  • The deadpanned “burnt turds” just really got me for some reason

  • Wait he said... "2 cups or about 9 Oz"????

    • oz=28g cup=250 250*2=28*9 500=252 somin ain’t addin up here

  • no falafel?

  • Ok but here's a question- if I don't buy chickpeas ready from a box, and I just cook them myself, can I use the cooking water as aquafaba?

  • Literally one of the most versatile ingredients out there. As someone who is plant-based it is one of the staples. I always have a can or bag of dried chickpeas lying around if I need something to eat in a pinch. Hummus, roasted, sauteed, in curries, the list is literally endless. Nevermind they are a great source of fiber, protein, B vitamins, and minerals. One of my favorites!

  • definitely interested in making my own hummus now, since my favorite flavor is sriracha and it's pretty hard to find at the store in my area!

  • Chana masala is incredible 😫

  • Low I just notice the clase Azul tequila in the background hummus and tequila good combo

  • I love you babish, but the amount of garam masala you're asking for here is insane. It's just really overpowering. The recipe seems overall pretty nice but I'm gonna reduce the amount by a ton if I make this again.

  • Chole

  • I love what u do but stop using this f#$@% voice generator. You would gain more confidence by using your own voice.

  • And he never did another episode lol

  • Extra toasted Cheez-Its are awesome, come on

  • Any tips on how to get the chick pea water from dried chick peas(so not canned) that you soak for 8 and cook for 2 hours to stiffen up luke eggwhites? Didn't work for me :(

  • More vegan please!

  • for better texture you could peel the garbanzos and it will also better absorb its nutrients

  • Correct me if I'm wrong but I think chickpeas are very popular in Asia and the West Indies.

  • Sidenote: The main risk in cookie dough is the raw flour, as it can easily carry E.Coli. Fresh eggs are almost no risk for salmonella while unbroken. You can make your dough 100% safe to eat raw by toasting the flour, and using pastureised eggs (available in big box stores) or making an italian meringue with the whites and using them like your aqua faba. enjoy your cookie dough folks, just know the real risks and counter them ^_^

  • Like Baaaalls lol

  • omg you are so cool

  • No falafel ?

  • There’s chickpea pasta too... tastes just like regular whole wheat pasta

  • What about a Spanish "potaje con garbanzos"? That's also a delicious meal entirely based on chickpeas. Very quick to cook and very tasty

  • So aqua fava can be used as an egg replacer?

  • I just made the pavlovas and vanilla extract helps so much! It eliminated the “slightly weird” taste completely

  • Are these 😵 all 😵 🌱 vegan

  • Why does everyone think you need to add "flavor" to hummus? What is wrong with the basic, marvelous hummus that has been eaten for (probably) centuries?

  • I have a jar of aquafaba from three cans of chickpeas in my fridge right now... it is definitely bad by this point and I should throw it away, but maybe my next chickpea curry will be the one that also results in choc chip cookies for dessert! Something I have been intending to do for many months now.

  • I made this last week, it's amazing I'm making it tonight again.

  • I just made this yesterday - chole

  • thz cake like cookies look more delicious to me.

  • Vis a vis the can of chillis in the chana masala, you say you can replace with fresh birdseye chillis, but there appears to be some liquid in the can so would you recommend adding a little extra liquid with fresh chillis? Cheers!!! 😊

  • (Not so) Quick tip Babish, if you can find the time to take the skin off each individual chickpea, it makes for a creamier hummus. Love the show, been watching since the Elf Pasta episode. Keep it up!

  • I missed the Mousse au Chocolate made from Aquafaba!

  • Really nice to see vegan ideas and odd replacements to non vegan ingredients! I'm not vegan but will avoid animal products where I can so these are definitely taken on board!! Especially for meringue!

  • I'll say one thing- " Chole Bhature" Where's mah Indian fam at

  • EXTRA TOASTY CHEESE ITZ ARE NOT GROSS FIGHT ME

  • You're entertaining & hilarious

  • Babish here not wearing his apron is actually his way of working from home

  • Dude, the chickpeas with rice? Love it.

  • Yum!! Channa masala can be had with poori and chapathi too , it’s yum 😋

  • Heck ya I will 💕👩‍🍳

  • “Sprinkle with a pinch of K.S.” The entire state of Kansas: “Excuse me what the fuck”

  • Chana Masala is best eaten with Butter Garlic Naan or Laccha Paratha 😋

  • Rule#1 never make hummus out of canned chickpeas.

  • @Binging with Babish, I don't know if you have, but could you make falafel sometime? I've tried multiple times with various different spices and it always tastes bland and falls apart. Sincerely, A novice home cook.

  • Nothing is worse than a smooth hummus. Nothing.

  • This guy just made cookies with the chickpea water thing I- The talent