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I enjoyed these very much, and I'm not a chickpea fan!!! Loved the combination of flavors. I would reduce the heat of the skillet, as my exterior was cooked in the first few and the interior wasn't quite done. Again....I really loved the combination of flavors! Thanks Pat for the great recipe.

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breezermom September 01, 2010

My whole family enjoyed these fritters, served with a salad on the side and tomato chutney. We used home-cooked chickpeas in place of the tinned and a blended gluten-free SR flour (Orgran brand). Added an extra egg to help bind the gf flour. These were simple to prepare and very healthy. The 'hidden' chickpeas reminded me of 'the sneaky chef' recipes. I made 10 large fritters. Photo also to be posted.

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**Jubes** August 18, 2010

Although I'm not a great fan of chickpeas, this turned out to be a great tasting dish, & for me that was probably because of the great combo made with chickpea, zucchini & corn! I look forward to making these again sometime when my vegetarian son & DIL are here for a meal! [Made & reviewed in 1-2-3 Hit Wonders tag]

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Sydney Mike May 02, 2010

YUM!!! These made a really yummy lunch for us. I got 15 good sized fritters. Very easy thanks to the food processor. Made for Make My recipe 2/10. Thanks!!

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Elmotoo February 17, 2010
Corn, Zucchini and Chickpea Fritters