Spanish Sausage Stew with Chickpea Flatbread

This is what I whipped up for dinner tonight. Damn tasty even if I do say so myself.

Recipe for Spanish Sausage Stew on my Recipe blog.

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  • Khaled A.K said:
    that looks yummy !

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  • David de Groot said:
    Indeed it was :)
  • Panorama Paul said:
    Hey David... if you don't stop posting all these delicious food photos... then I'm gonna have to stop looking at your stream!

    You're a big tease!!!! ;-)
  • johammond said:
    Looks fantastic!!!
  • apurdam (Andrew) said:
    Chickpea flatbread recipe, if you please... ?

    What was the Spanish sausage? Chorizo?
  • leadegroot said:
    and you know what? It tasted far, far better than it looked :)
    (Unfortunately the 'seconds' were reserved for leftovers for lunch tomorrow. Can we say lose-win? ;))
  • David de Groot said:
    Ah well flickr is a handy spot to store images for my food blog, so alas, you're just going to have to put up with it ;-)

    Indeed it was :)

    Included in the stew recipe Andrew. Fairly simple, although I forgot to make exact measurements... d'oh! Oh and this particular spanish sausage, was Spanish Tomato, Garlic and Olive sausages from the Dayboro Butcher (best darn sausage butcher in Qld). However, chorizo would do in a pinch.
  • apurdam (Andrew) said:
    Hey Lea, we do that too.
    Often the leftovers are yummier than the first night.

    Thanks Dave, I just found your blog (from your fish curry page, actually) and indeed, the chickpea bread was there. I like the look of that recipe, and will have a go some time soon.
  • David de Groot said:
    Curries are definitely better the next day, almost without exception. :)
  • Ben Dummett said:
    My stomach rumbles and my mouth waters—looks and sounds delicious.
  • David de Groot said:
    Well get out there and start cooking :)
  • looby88 said:
    and here's one I made earlier.......
    I like chickpeas, I can eat them straight out of the tin, thats if I'm too lazy to cook them myself. Most peculiar sausage has to be one from Goa, it virtually walks off on its own.
  • Jeneth D said:
    Looks very yummy!! :) Makes me wish I was at home cooking something right now, hehe.

    I just had a look through your recipe blog and it's great! Some interesting recipes there that I must try some time... Very inspiring! :)
  • Margot- said:
    I haven't read the recipe yet but it almost look like what my Spanish grandaunt used to make. We call it Callos (with chorizo). Yum!
  • The Central Scrutiniser said:
    i love chick-pea flour but it's so damn sticky to work with!
  • David de Groot said:
    A well worn joke around here Helen ;-)

    Ah the sausage is a local invention (ok not THE sausage, just this flavour of sausage). Very good too.

    Please do :) I like to know others find my recipes useful (and tasty) :)

    Could be very similar Margot, I just sorta made it up as I went along, but it worked out well :)

    Yes, chickpea flour is a bit of an artform in itself, so I just used whole chickpeas and regular flour :)