Tuesday, 25 June 2019

Cinnamon Chickpea Tagine and Bedminster Street Graffiti Art 2016 Part 3

Here is final part 3/3 of Bedminster Street Graffiti Art from 2016 that I did not get round to sharing a few years back.  
I know its not to everyones taste - but they do make for interesting viewing.
I haven't been cooking much of late, but I did make this Moroccan Chickpea Tagine from Cornucopia.  You can find the recipe here.  It was quite heady from the cinnamon stick, but nice to eat none the less.
I am sharing my Cinnamon Tagine with Eat Your Greens which is hosted by The VegHog this month as it has some courgettes in it; and My Legume Love Affair, a monthly event celebrating legumes.  Adminsitered by Lisa's Kitchen and co-hosted every month by a different blogger, this month it is Seduce Your Tastebuds
Other Tagine style recipes

14 comments:

  1. That sounds like a really interesting and good recipe...
    ~Have a lovely day!

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  2. This tagine must be flavourfull!

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  3. I like the piece of the cat with the tree...and your tanginess looks delightful, too.

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    1. e - I agree the cat with the tree is clever, i like it too

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  4. Love your street art photos - we had a laugh at punk jake the dog because were into adventure time a year or two ago. And I also like the doughnut photo because there was also a doughnut phase. Your tangine looks lovely - I made one last week and meant to post it but then it wasn't great and neither was the light so maybe I will try it again some time.

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    1. Thanks Johanna. I am not familiar with Jake the dog to be honest. the doughnut picture is pretty cool, I was tempted to keep it back for a food blog post, but nah. I look forward to seeing your tagine when you get time to share it.

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  5. Thank you for sharing more of the interesting street art and the nice recipe with Eat Your Greens!

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  6. Love the murals, Shaheen.
    And, of course the veggie food.
    Cheers for a nice summer.
    Peace :)

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    1. Good to hear from you and Thank you.
      Hope your well and your furry friends.

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  7. Hi Shaheen, Love your art feature and great recipe. I let PJ know about your submission to MLLA. I too was having trouble submitting a recipe using the linky tool, but eventually managed. Likely a hosting problem.

    Hope your summer is going well.

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    1. Thank you Lisa. I look forward to the MLLA round up and hope to join in again, its just remembering as you can see I am not blogging as much anymore either.

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