Really easy chickpea salad

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sosso
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Really easy chickpea salad

#1 Postby sosso » Thu Jan 29, 2009 10:42 pm

I made this for lunch today. It was so tasty and simple.

400g can chickpeas/garbanzo beans
A good squirt or a few tbsp of vegan mayo
Salt & pepper
Optional - chopped celery

- Mash the chickpeas as much or as little as you like. I left some whole for a bit of texture.
- Mix in the mayo, salt and pepper
- Done

It's good by itself, but this time I had it with some baby spinach and a couple of slices of tomato.
Contains just over 20g protein.

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Re: Really easy chickpea salad

#2 Postby dropSoul » Sat Jan 31, 2009 11:52 pm

Yeah! I love this salad. I add carrots too. And onion and some apple cider vinager. And if you add the Japanese sea weed, it's all fishy tuna like.

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Re: Really easy chickpea salad

#3 Postby Theresaann » Mon Apr 06, 2009 9:20 am

here's another one my Saudi client told me about:

heat a can of chickpeas
finely chop tomato, cucumber and onion (I'd say add some green too, like parsley or mint)
combine with hot chickpeas and dress with olive oil and lemon juice

minced garlic might be good too. can't wait to try this!

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Re: Really easy chickpea salad

#4 Postby Scrap! » Tue Jun 17, 2014 8:45 am

Theresaann wrote:here's another one my Saudi client told me about:

heat a can of chickpeas
finely chop tomato, cucumber and onion (I'd say add some green too, like parsley or mint)
combine with hot chickpeas and dress with olive oil and lemon juice

minced garlic might be good too. can't wait to try this!


Just made the dish above.. with freshly chopped mint leaves it's delicious! I added 4 cups of cooked brown rice to boost the carbs and protein.


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