[personal profile] robo_toda
In case anyone's interested in Chorizo and chickpea stew, it goes something as follows:

1 level teaspoon paprika dulces
1 Chorizo ring
1 tin of chickpeas (you could use dried, but they'd need to be soaked overnight, the ones in the tin are already soaked)
1 medium Onion, finely chopped.
2 cloves Garlic
1 carton, tin, or otherwise, of either chopped tomatoes, or passata (finely chopped and seived tomatoes)

First in goes the chorizo, finely sliced, no oil. The chorizo will leak flavoured oil as it heats up. Once this has happened,put in the paprika, heat through for a miniute or two, followed by the onion then the garlic, and cook until it softens.
Next, drain the chickpeas, and add them to fry slightly in the oil. Only give these a couple of minutes, before adding the tomatoes or passata.
Heat  through, add salt and pepper to taste, and there you have it.
I'd imagine this would work for vegetarians (obviously omitting the chorizo), use olive oil at the start, and add a teaspoon of each of paprika picante and paprika dulces, really, substitute any other vegetable (as long as it isn't going to take hours to cook through).
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