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I liked this, but unfortunately nobody else in the house liked it. We served it over brown rice and topped it with feta cheese. My husband thought it was OK, but the kids hardly touched it and said they really didn't like it. I think this is a good recipe for adults, but not very kid-friendly.
This was all my favorite individual ingredients, but it didn't please our palate when it was all together. I did make a few additions at the end to oomph the end product. My tomatoes fell apart when cooking (assume tinned ones would not, but I used fresh) so I added some sundried tomatoes at the end which was fun. Also added some sorta spicy black/red olives at the end (like kalamata, but not as salty and a little spicy) which was also a fun addition. At the beginning of cooking I added 1 mild orange bell pepper which blended right in and was a low cal addition. Lastly, added some Greek Seasoning. Oh and I subbed out lemon pepper for the black pepper which I highly recommend. The lemon is key to this recipe, so do not leave it out. Thanks for posting, I'm glad I tried it as it was on the to do list for a few weeks now!!!
Looks tasty and easy to make! Beautiful vegetarian dish. I also like another version of this at http://www.lakoniaoliveoil.co.uk/greek-recipes/chickpea-spinach-salad.php<br/>Both are really very healthy recipes
Delicious! I added a teaspoon of the red pepper flakes, just like the other spices and I thought it could be too overpowering but it wasn't at all! It added a nice kick to the dish. I also used lemon juice instead of a lemon (didn't have a lemon) and with that I added 1 1/2 tablespoons of the juice. It was great! It accented the spinach while not making anything else have a strong lemon taste. Instead of adding the listed amount of chickpeas (3 cups) , I just used 1 1/2 cups and I thought that amount suited the other portions of the onions, spinach and tomato very well. My family loved it. Definitely making this again :)
Wonderful! Made as side dish but will serve in pita as a meal with feta. Thanks so much!
I really enjoyed this recipe. Also used fresh spinach instead of frozen, and a 14.5 oz can of organic diced tomatoes. After adding the spinach I had to add a half a cup or so of water because it seemed too dry for me; then in addition to the lemon juice, I also grated some lemon rind into it (I like the lemon flavor a lot) - made it very fresh tasting. Served over brown rice with a little soy sauce (I like the flavor of soy sauce). Yummy!
Made these last night, having just returned from Turkey, it reminded me of food over there. I opened the can of chick peas and found out I didn't have 3 cups, it was more like 2 cups. From that point I just winged the recipe and it turned out great. For example, I added fresh baby spinach instead of frozen spinach. Delicious with white rice, I enjoyed the combination of flavours, chick peas, canned tomatoes with herbs, sauteed onions and spinach. I would make them again. Good to have a recipe you can adjust the first time round, and have it come out great!
This dish was delicious. I omitted adding the salt because I can get the same salt from my feta cheese.
Yummy, quick, vegetarian meal. The lemon gives it heaps of tang and flavour. I added borlotti beans because I didn't have enough chick peas, and they worked really well. Ate it as a full meal without rice or anything and it was really filling and satisfying.