Chickpeas with zucchini and lobby recipe, prepared by Carlos Arguiñano in his television program and which will give us the energy we need for our daily lives.
Ingredients (4 people):
- 200 g chickpeas
- 2 zucchini
- 1 spring onion
- 2 carrots
- 1 through
- 200 g duck liver (foie gras)
- 20 g fried corn
- extra virgin olive oil
Preparation of the recipe Chickpeas with zucchini and foie gras:
Put chickpeas to soak from the day before. Squeeze them. Put heating water in the pot. When it starts to boil, add the chickpeas. Peel and slice the leeks and add it. Add a little parsley leaves, season, put the lid and cook for 20 minutes from the moment the steam starts to come out.
Peel and dice the onions and fry in a pan with a drizzle of butter. Cut the zucchini into quarters on the moon and add them. Season and prepare until they are well scrapped. Add chickpeas (without leeks) and cook everything together for 5 minutes. Peel a squash, grate it and remove some thin slices. Put a trickle of butter in a pan, add the carrots, season and stew. Book them.
Cut the duck liver into 4 pieces, salt and pepper, flour and bake them briefly (on both sides) in a pan very hot. Mash the corn until it is reduced to a powder. Serve a portion of chickpeas with zucchini, goose liver on top and sprinkle with corn powder. Garnish with carrot slices.
Nutrition recipe information Chickpeas with zucchini and pasture:
Energy plate, accidental consumption due to the presence of foie, a food that has a lot of saturated fat, cholesterol and purines. It is also a food that provides a lot of calories, as its main nutrient is fat.
It also provides high biological value proteins, iron, phosphorus, zinc and sodium. This is a food rich in salt, so it is not recommended for people with high blood pressure or for those who suffer from fluid retention.
Foie provides us with vitamin A, a vitamin contained in fats, so with only 10 g of lobby we get the recommended daily ration of this vitamin.
The dish is not recommended for people with cholesterol, hypertension, overweight, uric acid and slow digestion, as foie gras is a food that is difficult to digest.
But we always comment that it’s all a matter of quantity and frequency of consumption, so a good portion of vegetables is recommended, accompanied by a moderate portion of chickpeas and a small portion of enemy to prepare a balanced diet.
Accompanying chickpeas (legumes) with corn (cereals) is a good trick to obtain complete proteins of plant origin.
For dessert a slice of pineapple and an infusion of boldo.
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