CHICKPEA SAUSAGE


Ok, guys, this is a quick and easy recipe. You can even make polenta from this.

RECIPE:
2 cups chickpea flour
1 cup water
2 bouillon cubes
2 Tsp. papaya seed ( grounded)
1 Tbsp. oil
1 Tsp. rosemary (dried)
1 Tsp. thyme (dried)
1 8oz jar artichoke
1 small onion
1 bell pepper ( different color)

METHOD
In a cast iron pan roast artichoke, onion, and bell pepper. Mix chickpea flour, water, bouillon cubes with oil, thyme, and rosemary mix well.
In a nonstick pan add 2 tbsp. coconut oil, chickpea batter, and roasted vegetables.
Use a wooden spoon (optional) and fold over the mixture for 6 mins.

Place the sausage meat on parchment paper and form into sausage.

20 comments

  1. I love this!
    You’re so natural and I love the way we can tell JUST HOW MUCH you’re enjoying this!
    Thank you for this great recipe.
    Hilly in Norfolk, England. 🍃

  2. This looks so delicious. I’m going to make this today. I have all the ingredients in the house. I also have a big box of sweet potatoes so I’m going to make your sweet potato tortillas as well. Thank you for the wonderful videos!!!!

  3. First off thank you for this video! looks delicious!
    I had a few questions tho, Can I use potato/sweet potato/anything else in place of artichoke? It is hard to be found where I live
    Also would a vegetable broth work instead of bouillon cubes?

  4. Wow! That sure is something. So you cook it, roll it and place in fridge just like polenta. Slice it cold. I have only tried artichokes once from a jar and did not like them. When they come in season I will try them fresh. Everyone tells me they are so tasty freshly steamed. Also, did you make this recipe up or did you get it from a cookbook. I just bought a huge bag of chickpea flour to make chickpea tortillas. I have everything in the pantry except the artichokes. I will definitely try. I bet you can fry medallions if you would like them hot. You put so much love into your cooking.😀

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