Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Chickpea Ratatouille

By: The Food Hunter

The upcoming summer games has me thinking more than ever about how easy it is to prepare healthy international cuisine on a daily basis. Take for instance the classic French Ratatouille; a recipe that mixes the best of your summer bounty into a rustic meal.

Too busy to cook during the week? Chickpea Ratatouille can easily be made ahead and reheated for those nights when you need a home-cooked dinner on the table quickly. This hearty stew is delicious served hot or cold; on its own or over rice.


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Enter below for a chance to win a  PURECOOK™ set of your own! Then head over to Farberware to grab the full recipe for this healthy dish that makes vegetables the winner!

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I have an ongoing relationship with Farberware and will receive product and/or compensation for posts featuring their items. As always, all opinions are 100% my own. This giveaway is sponsored by Farberware and open to US residents only. The winner will be chosen using random.org and notified via email. Winner will have 48 hours to respond and in the event they do not, another winner will be chosen.

57 comments:

  1. I love a veggie packed ratatouille, but I love that you have added some protein with the chickpeas too.

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  2. O I love ratatouille and chickpeas are perfect to make it much more hearty!

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  3. This recipe looks delish! And I love those turquoise/blue pots and pans!

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  4. So creative with the chickpeas. I love Ratatouille! Beautiful cookware too.

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  5. I love ratatouille! That aqua color sure is pretty!

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  6. Sounds delicious. And I love chickpea dish. Thanks!

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  7. I am most interested in the blue color. Our entire kitchen is accented in the same royal blue color.

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  8. I like the gray color.

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  9. I love that it has chickpeas in it. Makes it so filling! Beautiful color on the cookware!

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  10. Japanese Eggplant? That's awesome! That's a first for me. I wonder if I'll be able to find this at my local food market or grocery store?

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  11. This looks delicious!!! I have been craving for eggplants this couple of days. What is Japanese eggplant? I've never heard of it before :)

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  12. Ratatouille has always been a favorite of mine.. plus the chickpeas must equal perfection! I love the cookware set in lavender! So many pretty colors! Starla - starla.bates AT yahoo.com

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  13. The dark blue is my choice.

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  14. We're all into the games over here...I love how they have inspired you to create different dishes. This ratatouille looks wonderful! xo, Catherine

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  15. I've never made Ratatoulle with chickpeas, very interesting. I can't wait to try this dish. And anything you can throw together fast is definitely for me! :)

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  16. Gray would be the most practical for me.

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  17. I would never have thought to add chickpeas to ratatouille. I can imagine the flavours work really well together!

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  18. Ahead meals are soo handy, especially for the week! This chickpea ratatouille is right up my alley :D

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  19. I love the aqua color...thank you so much for hosting this giveaway.

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  20. Excellent competition! Those pans look super. Love the chickpea curry too, packed full of flavour and protein.

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  22. Oh the turquoise is down right darling! <3

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  23. Great use of both chickpeas. They are such a great protein sub for meat. Perfect for a fast weeknight meal.

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  24. Oh this sounds absolutely delicious!

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  25. Gray is practical but the Lavender is FUN.

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  26. I'd love any color! I need to make this dish!

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  27. I love your take on this French classic!

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  28. I love this and think it would be perfect for my daughter's first apartment.

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  29. It has to be red!! I love all the red things. Red cookware would ROCK in my kitchen.

    The ratatouille looks delish - perfect for Monday nights!

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  30. Love me some chickpeas! I love the grey color for the pans :)

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  31. The aqua is my favorite color, but the gray seems more practical.

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  32. My favorite PureCook cookware color is Gray.

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  33. I follow you on Instagram with the handle @firerunner2379.

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  34. Fantastic Meatless Monday recipe!
    Chickpeas are the best Peas!

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  35. BLUE IS THE COLOR FOR ME! IT WOULD BE PERFECT WITH MY 42 YEAR COLLECTION OF DISHES.

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  36. Gray or blue would go best in my kitchen.

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  37. The grey set would be awesome for me :)

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  38. i love the aqua color! but i also love the lavender as it is so unique and different!

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  39. Love the colors and but if you ask me the eggplant would be my favorite

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