Chop up the onion, bell pepper, and broccoli 'til they're the size of a chickpea. Place all the chopped-up veggies in a large bowl with the cooked chickpeas. Pour in the oil and soy sauce, stir, and then throw all the spices in there.
In my house, a delicious home-cooked meal always lures. But how do you pull it off during a hectic week? It's the question I get asked most in my cooking classes. If your weeknight dinners are a struggle (as mine are), consider Sundays.
Here's a quick and easy summertime pasta salad that's sure to please your guests at your next picnic or BBQ. No mayo needed -- just a touch of olive oil and lemon juice will do the trick, and the fresh corn, lemon zest and zucchini add the perfect sweet touch!
Celiac and other gluten-sensitive people may be crying in their millet porridge that wheat-wrapped hoggies are a thing of the past, but this Shiitake BLT wrapped with lettuce will save them from their deli purgatory.