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I love chickpeas and this is a yummy way to fix them. I made the recipe last night and stashed it in the fridge until lunch today and then let it warm some. I currently have some very nice sweet onions and that is what I used. All I had to put it on is red leaf lettuce and that worked nicely. I just love the flavors and low sugar in this. What a great little dish.

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Annacia July 12, 2011

Tasted so good and hit the spot. I made a mistake though and served the mixture over watercress and unfortunately the watercress completely overpowered all the flavors in the garbanzo beans. Next time I'll be sure to serve over a less aggressive greens: baby spinach, mild spring greens, etc. I also used scallions as noted in another review. Serve at room temperature for best flavor. Reviewed for Veg Tag/July.

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COOKGIRl July 07, 2011

This is so delicious, I'd give it 6 or 7 stars! I made as directed using high-quality extra virgin olive oil and sherry vinegar as the only substitutions. I interpreted the onions as scallions. I think this is best served on at least a bed of greens; I say that because I brought some to work today without serving on greens, and although tasty, it was not as remarkable without the backdrop. Thanks, KateL! Made for Vegetarian Recipe Swap.

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mersaydees May 26, 2009
Libyan Marinated Chickpeas