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Papara with Chickpea (Legum Recipes)

Banu Atabay's Nohutlu Papara
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Papara with Chickpea



Instructions:
# Wash the chickpeas, put into a pot and cover with water, rest it overnight.
# The day after, Add mutton cubes and finely sliced onion on the chickpeas, boil all together. When it gets cooked add salt.
# Slit the stale bread slices, and toast the bread slices.
# Place the bread slices on the service plate, and then pour the cooked mixture all over while it is still warm.
# Mix the pounded garlic with yogurt, and pour all over the meal. Make the oil red hot with crushed red pepper. Pour all over the yogurt. Serve warm.


Note: Papara is traditional Anatolian meal for utilizing stale breads.


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1 cup boiled chickpea
8.8 ounces mutton cubes
6 slices of stale bread
1 onion
1 tsp salt

For Sauce:
1 cup yogurt
3 garlic cloves, pounded
1 tbsp vegetable oil
1/2 tsp crushed red pepper