This has been a popular choice in our cafe lately. It’s a tasty, hearty salad. It takes a bit longer to make, but it’s worth the effort, and leftovers travel well in a sealed container for lunch the next day.
We’ve had this for lunch several times recently, it’s packed with flavour and colourful. The nutty tahini flavour complements the chickpeas to make a hearty, satisfying salad. Tahini is one of the best sources of calcium, as well as being high in iron, potassium, and magnesium. Chickpeas give a great package deal of protein and fibre.
Chickpeas are high in fibre and protein, they definitely beat hunger, keeping you satisfied for longer and are said to be beneficial for healthy cholesterol and heart health among other benefits! They are very versatile, and if you cook them from scratch they are also very economical.
Here it is! The long awaited chickpea patties recipe. These patties are tasty, nutritious and contain protein and fibre from the chickpeas. There are three parts to preparing the mixture: Cooking the chickpeas (or you can open a can) Cooking the brown rice Preparing the rest of the ingredients.
I was Googling recipes using chickpeas and ginger, as that’s what I had on hand, and I discovered this creamy, tasty and satisfying soup which is also super easy and quick to make with ingredients that are usually lurking in the pantry! I changed it around a little, and for something really special I recommend drizzling…
Such a great go-to food. Satisfying, economical and so healthful. If you cook your own chickpeas from scratch it becomes super economical, just store the extra cooked chickpeas in the freezer for next time! Great served on good bread with a hearty soup for a warming meal.