To make it creamy: you could add 1-2 tbsp. tahini, 3-4 tbsp. yogurt or some coconut milk to the curry powder and onions to make the sauce creamier.
To make it spicier: Add in fresh ginger, red pepper flakes or more curry powder to increase the spice of the dish.
Add more veggies: Some other great veggies to add would be green peas, green beans (steamed), thinly sliced bell peppers, or zucchini.
Can you serve this apricot chickpea curry hot or cold?You can serve this curry dish hot or cold. If you want the dish to be hot when serving, combine all the ingredients in the skillet over medium low heat (vs. just cooking the onions and curry powder) there. Wait to add the cilantro till right before serving so it doesn’t wilt.What to do if the chickpea curry is too spicyIf you find that the curry powder you used is too spicy, you can double the chickpeas in the recipe and add one of the “make it creamy” options to help balance out some of the heat.Storage: Store in the fridge up to 5 days in a air tight container.