Moroccan Chickpea Soup; the update — 10 Comments

  1. I get what you are saying. Spicy and hot are two different sensations . . . or at least I think that is what you are saying. Love the spices in this soup. Congratulations on being so close to being done with your house. My husband has been sitting in a chair and not lifting a finger since we finished our house. Can’t say as I blame him. It was grueling.

  2. I love, love, love this soup! One of my favorites, and might I add…company worthy.

  3. This is one of my favorites and I haven’t made it for a while. Thanks for the reminder! I also like to add a little kale or chard to my potage…

  4. Penny, that’s exactly what I’m saying LOL My hubs is looking forward to that!
    Cindy, it’s definitely going on to my ‘frequent’ list!
    Margarita, oh – chard would be good. I’ll have to do it again in the spring!

  5. Love the sound of this soup, chickpeas are one of my very favorite things! I totally get the difference between hot & spicy! It drives me crazy when someone describes “hot” food as spicy!

  6. This is absolutely delicous Katie! I used a can of lentils instead, that is what I had at home, a fantastic soup!

  7. I like both definitions of spicy hot food. And this soup sounds great! It’s also reminding me that it has been eons since we’ve had a Tunisian cousin to your soup: lablabi. Mmmmm… can’t get enough of those chickpeas!

  8. Jayne, it’s nice that someone else understands me LOL
    Stady, lentils would be good – I love lentils… the hubs prefers chickpeas.
    manningroad, must be the season… It was good.
    Elizabeth, I always get the urge for spice (not heat) after the holidays…. Tunisian, eh?