Servings: 4 as a main course or 6 as a side
This richly flavored dish can easily be a meal on its own, but it also makes a great side dish for grilled chicken or lamb. If you can’t find baby squash, use full-size ones sliced into half-moons.
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I made this exactly as described for dinner tonight for my wife and myself. It was OK, but not stellar as I had hoped for. One thing that I find confusing is how anyone expects this tiny amount of food to feed four people as a main course. Even with a solid base of Quinoa, there were only two medium sized bowls.
This was incredibly good! Hard to imagine how the tastes meld into something so great! Smashing the chick peas was new to me, and I loved the texture. I used tiny chopped chorizo for ease, and it was all so tasty! I will make this again and again, probably til we get tired of it!
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