Vegan African Peanut Butter Garbanzo Soup

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  1. Anne @aveganadventure says

    The soup looks great. And the black garlic looks really interesting. Thanks for the tip — I’m going to head to Trader Joe’s this weekend!

    • Carrie says

      No prob. I meant to say that regular garlic will work fine, too, but I am trying to use black garlic any chance I can get. Let me know what you think of it (either the soup or the garlic). 🙂

  2. Emma says

    Tahini and PB?! holy yum.
    Love all the seasonings in here, and I’ve just discovered black garlic too. Love it in a salad dressing for a really full-bodied flavour.

  3. Jenni says

    Ah, this looks amazing. Anything with peanut butter! I feel so bad for people who are allergic to peanuts. That’s GOTTA be one of the worst problems a person can have in this world, right?

  4. Nicole says

    Hi Carrie,

    This sounds delish! I make a peanut butter sweet potato kale soup sometimes, but the addition of chickpeas is a great idea!

    What is the pot you are using to water sautee? It almost looks terra cotta… I am in the market for healthier cookware.

    Thank you!

    • Carrie says

      Hi Nicole! It’s a ceramic pot, and I really like it (Le Creuset). There are less expensive brands available, someone gave me this one. 🙂

      • Nicole says

        Thanks, Carrie! I have heard about ceramic pots and will be looking into them more now.

        Thanks again!

  5. Amber says

    My husband and I adore peanut stew! Can’t wait to try your version! 😀

    I’ve never seen black garlic at Trader Joe’s in MN, but I’ve found you can make your own in either a sealed container or a rice cooker.

  6. Natasha says

    One of our supermarkets had black garlic for a little while, but I think it was too expensive for most people because they don’t have it any more. I liked it, but I’ve never met a garlic I didn’t like 😀

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