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Delicious. I follow the recipe as is and occasionally forget the lemon. It always comes out yummy. Don't forget the salt; it really brings out all the flavors. We serve with ciabatta bread. Thanks for the awesome recipe - we eat this at least once a week!

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amandablue1979 February 25, 2012

Easy and exactly my to my taste. Excellent even without the feta.

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B. Licious January 27, 2012

Very flavorful! Made this to go along with some spanikopita I was serving. Due to dietary restrictions, I had to omit the lemon juice and the tomatoes, so I added the feta to the mixture to give the impression of acidity and it turned out well. Thanks for this recipe!

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gc5 October 05, 2011

Evelyn, I have had this recipe in my files since forever. Well a very long time. Together with pork chops, mashed sweet potato it was a very well rounded meal. I made it for dinner tonight since it has two of DS's favourite ingredients - chickpeas and tomatoes. It's such a lovely clean tasting dish, I can see it being repeated often. Due to being slack and not realising I was out of lemons, I had to leave those out, but I added a tbs of balsamic vinegar instead. So very delicious. Thank you.

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Sassy Syrah April 07, 2011

This was easy and delicious! Good source of iron, and great with good bread.

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filaughn March 27, 2011

Yummy, very healthful. Next time I would use less lemon juice...used two lemons and the lemon taste was a bit too overpowering - evelyn/athens does say she uses juice from 1.5 lemons. After 3 days the lemon taste has subsided a bit. Also think I used too much onion.

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Artemis March 19, 2011

Excellent - hardy and filling too! I was surprised as others were that this was fully flavored. I served this on a chicken breast and topped with feta crumbles. I used fresh spinach (about 6 cups but there were no "real" tomatoes so I opted for canned. Those who like greek (and chickpeas) I highly recommend. Thank you so much for sharing!

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rnmommy02 March 01, 2011

An easy vegan dinner! I brought 1 cup of dried chickpeas with a tea bag and bayleaf to a boil and left to soak overnight. Followed the recipe exactly--it was satisfying, fresh, and quick! I added a dallop of greek yogurt (not vegan anymore). I kept thinking how good I was being to my body by eating this, and will make this again very soon. Thank you!

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Pancakee February 24, 2011

This was so good! I was skeptical at first because I'm not a big fan of chickpeas, but it came out great! Even the kids ate it (which says a lot for my picky eaters). I doubled the recipe for 2 dinners and we will be having the second batch next week if it lasts that long.

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mecatana January 25, 2011

YUM! I absolutely love this meal! It's so easy to make and tastes great. I plan to make a huge batch of this so I can have lots of leftovers.

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cobrakat January 11, 2011
Chickpeas With Spinach (Greek)