their website they have quite an expansive product line that Publix is holding out on for whatever reason. Hopefully more people will start buying them up so they'll sell all the other kinds!
Inspired by the relative simplicity of the ingredients on the packaging I started to wonder if I could make my own budget-friendly Channa Masala that was just as delicious. I followed this recipe somewhat loosely, adding a few diced tomatoes to the chickpeas near the end and omitting the coriander that I mistakenly thought we already had but didn't. You start by blending the tomato, onion, garlic, and ginger into a thick paste and then sauté it for several minutes. Here's my curry starting to bubble:
Then you add the rest of the spices and the chickpeas and continue sauteing a little longer. Doesn't get much easier than that! I'd say the hardest part is shopping for/locating some of the more obscure spices. We actually had most of them already, except Garam Masala which is a delicious blend of spices commonly found in Indian cooking. Here's the final product on a bed of rice alongside some curry potatoes and broccoli: