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I also added few tomatoes and white onions. Quick, easy and nutricious - if you remove the olive oil, the calorie count from fat will be much lower.
This is really good. I made ours without the cayenne pepper out of preference and used dark Lebanese olives that are quite salty and strong tasting which went well with the chickpeas. Made for Ramadan Tag 2010.
Fresh and light flavor! So easy to make, too. I usually always have these items in the house and never thought to put them together. I made this as directed, using a bit more than a pinch of paprika. This makes a nice side salad or light lunch. Thanx!
This was really nice, and easy to boot! I used kalamata olives, and the brininess really worked well with the other ingredients. It made a very nice lunch. Thanks for sharing this!
Loved it! Chickpeas are my all time favorite food, with olives being pretty high up on my list too, so I knew I couldn't go wrong here. I used fresh parsley rather than cilantro. I think I'll use a little less lemon juice next time, but that's just personal preference. Thanks for a keeper Nasseh!
Love chickpeas, love olives - LOVED this!! Just added some fresh ground pepper - mmmm good!! Thanks Nasseh!
Simply delicious! I was craving chickpeas and this was so satisfying. Thanks Nasseh! Made for Newest Zaar Tag.