Picture of Rosemary Garbanzo Beans
A quick hearty dinner when you just feel like opening cans.

Step 1: Saute onion

Picture of Saute onion
Chop one onion and add it to a hot, oiled pot with some pepper.

Stir until onion softens.
Just wanted to let you know I've made this many times - it's become a regular - THANKS!
I was impatient once because I had too much tomato juices to evaporate and added some bulgar to soak it up, and now I do it every time. Works with many different kinds of grains.

This is a GREAT recipe! Thanks for sharing :)
ichipoodle8 years ago
P.S: You should add it to the cooking contest! Wait, did that already pass? Well, if there's another cooking contest, add it =P
ichipoodle8 years ago
canida, thank you so much! i tried a little curry powder in mine, and some basil instead of rosemary, and my whole family practically tears me apart to get me to cook some, and once i do, it's all gone in 10 minutes!
carlos66ba8 years ago
It looks really good! I made also a variation using garlic instead of onions and the result is very good. Another suggestion: put the garbanzos last. First let the tomatos caramelize a bit in strong heat and when this is done put the garbanzos (they do not need to cook if they are canned, only get warmed).
rush_elixir8 years ago
Great recipe! simple but a hearty meal indeed. Post some more. I do love cooking. I will post mine so that we exchange recipes
Ephdisc8 years ago
This is really cool, but i can't figure out how to roll the duct tape around your finger... Maybe a video could help. Otherwise, this is awesome... and Tasty!
irritant#98 years ago
Tasty pictures too.
Crash21088 years ago
Did you get new bowls?
canida (author)  Crash21088 years ago
Nope- this is from a chips-and-dip set. Eric was dissatisfied with his photoshoot results using our standard set of bowls, so we dug this out. It's likely to make further appearances.
I love how you guys are digging deeper into food photography. There's just something great about that.
grass root8 years ago
I do something very similar, just leave out the rosemary and add curry paste. I'll be sure to try your version though, it sounds great.
canida (author)  grass root8 years ago
We make a garbanzo curry too- I haven't posted it here yet. I'd love to compare curry versions.