52 Reviews

Really good, very fresh. I took this to a picnic. Big hit!

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mksmith September 19, 2010

This is a great way to introduce often overlooked and unloved parsley into a meal. Together the salad combination is a nice meld of flavors, and lends itself well to personal preferences. I followed reviewers' suggestions--used stevia instead of sugar, added tomatoes/feta cheese and omitted the olives. Whatever way it is made, this basic recipe is a sure winner. Thanks, Lori.

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ladyfingers June 22, 2010

Really good, really flavorful. I've made it a number of times now. Great for warm weather, and healthy too. Thanks!

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PBF June 07, 2010

Excellent! I made this to bring to a potluck and sadly had nothing to bring home. I'll be making this all summer with homegrown cucumbers.

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Chattes May 23, 2010

I loved this. I think the dressing was great. I used 2/3 of an English cucumber and didn't have any fresh parsley but I look forward to making it again using some. I have some leftovers that I will have for lunch today, I think I will add some feta cheese like Kelly's Kravings suggested.

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Margie99 March 20, 2010

OUTSTANDING, WONDERFUL!!! Very delicious & cruchy. Added feta cheese- perfect. Thanks for sharing!

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Kelly's Kravings March 13, 2010

I can't believe I haven't rated this before. I make it often and I usually add tomatoes. Great pot-luck dish. Sometimes we eat it like salsa on pita chips instead of as a salad.

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LetsEat January 23, 2010

Simple and delicious. Next time I might add tomatoes or feta or good black olives or salami.... I would probably add another can of chickpeas or some other bean to boost the protein level. And the vinaigrette could be used on many other vegetable dishes.

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dd7 August 20, 2009

Delicious!! Whipped this up this morning for dinner tonight and I couldn't stay out of it...taste tested it at least three times....LOL! I used two cans of beans as I read the ingredient list wrong and already had two cans opened when I realized there should have only been one can, used vidalia onion since I had it on hand already, and as I'm not a fan of green olives, I substituted a small can of sliced black olives. I feel the changes were minimal, but the result was fantastic! I'm adding this to my permanent collection and am sure it will be pulled out often for weekends at the lake when we all eat outside together!

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KeithsKelly July 09, 2009

I really enjoyed this salad. I also did not put onion it it and I used green olives. The garlic gives it a good flavor but I'm afraid that it will overpower it tomorrow. I think next time I will cut the amount of garlic a good bit. Otherwise excellent tasty salad!

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Frankie&Johnny June 23, 2009
Cucumber and Garbanzo Bean Salad