Spiced Butternut Squash and Chickpea Stew

9 Oct

The gloomy weather we’ve been having lately made me really want some warm comfort food so I made one of my favorite meals.  Fall is also the season for one of my favorite foods in the world – butternut squash!  The first time I had a butternut squash and garbanzo bean (or “chickpea” if you want to use the sexier word for it) stew like this was at Nook Bistro a couple of years ago.  I fell in love with it and absolutely had to make it at home.  After trying out a couple different recipes, I found one that was similar enough and really healthy.  I made this a few years ago prior to starting my blog, so I thought I’d give it the shoutout it deserves!

Spiced Butternut Squash and Chickpea Stew - Close-Up

Note:  If you decide to make this at home, I would recommend buying pre-cut butternut squash because the rind is not easy to cut through.

A few people have asked what is with the sudden burst in posts.  I love to eat, sleep, and breathe food so naturally, I’ve been spending a lot of time in the kitchen with the new found free time I’ve acquired in the last month.  However, it seems like this is slowly turning into a cooking/baking blog, so I’ll change it up in the next couple of weeks with something inedible to share!

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3 Responses to “Spiced Butternut Squash and Chickpea Stew”

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  1. Turkey and Pumpkin Chili (and a base case of Jalapeño Hands) « AT-AT Everywhere's Blog - October 26, 2011

    […] awesome seasonal produce, and an extra hour of sleep à la daylight savings.  Aside from butternut squash, pumpkin is another one of those pleasures the fall season presents.  [Disclaimer: a slew of […]

  2. Turkey and Pumpkin Chili (and a bad case of Jalapeño Hands) « AT-AT Everywhere's Blog - October 26, 2011

    […] awesome seasonal produce, and an extra hour of sleep à la daylight savings.  Aside from butternut squash, pumpkin is another one of those pleasures the fall season presents.  [Disclaimer: a slew of […]

  3. Slow Cooker Moroccan Chicken Tagine | AT-AT Everywhere - July 19, 2015

    […] every time.  I love their butternut squash stew, but don’t love that I can’t make a knock-off of it at home year-round with butternut squash really being a fall/winter squash.  Then, I had […]

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