Hi Thanq for this wonderful recipe just made it with a slight difference. I added a couple of slit green chillies( not very spicy, just mild).
Hmmmmmmmmm Yummy it is . For person who doesn't like very spicy food , this was fantastic .Mild aroma, taste of all the herbs,it's delicious. Thank you very much . I reccomend this to every reader .
Dear Chana, even if you dont find the fresh ones, I have seen the frozen green chickpeas in the Indian store (and few say that they have seen some in Costco store. That might help. I am so jealous to know that you are going to use almost all the herbs from your garden! I have to restart my kitchen garden once again :) Hugs
I happened to get mine from a local Indian grocery store ..fresh ones that I had to shell. I had never seen these before in my life, so you can imagine my enthusiasm :) If not available, see if frozen green chickpeas are available. Pls refer to reply for this comment http://chefinyou.com/2011/05/subzi-polo-with-fresh-chickpeas/#comment-72037
Of course you can use anything you like. Only that the more you add, more it will deviate from the traditional recipe for Subz Polo....as long as thats not important, who cares ;)
Have mentioned it in the post - just above the Basic information section