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Made for Recipe Swap #19 Aus/NZ. I didn't have real good luck with these, but I've tried making them before and didn't have good luck then either. It's probably just me. Anyway, I do like chick peas and I will try these again.
Great snack. I followed the recipe as written but shook the pan fewer times. They came out nice and crunchy.
I've had my eye on this recipe for awhile, and finally decided to make it for a snack last night. They beans came out nice & crunchy. I cooked it for about 45 minutes at 375 and then lowered the temp to 275 for 30 minutes. I didn't find the salt stuck to them enough, so I sprinkled them with some homemade seasoned salt to add flavor. It helped, but they were a little too plain for me. I think they would be good in a trail mix, and nut lovers would probably love them.
I had no trouble getting mine to roast up evenly. I did shake the pan around multiple times during the baking, and I roasted them at 370degrees for 45 minutes. I got a bit too much oil on mine, but after sprinkling the salt, had thought to drain on a paper towel, and it wasn't needed. They were great warm too! YUMMY! Thank you for posting an easy, healthy snack!
This was a very different recipe for me. I love hummus, but had never had chickpeas by themselves. The time and temp of this recipe was perfect for my oven, and these had a nice crunch to them. I think that additional seasoning would be better for my tastes though, rather than just the salt. I will try again, using this technique as a base. Thanks for posting!
I made this a while ago but forgot to review it. This was different; I never had roasted ceci beans before. Some of the beans did not crisp, so I picked them out before serving. Next time I make this (and I definitely will) I'll use a lower oven temp. Maybe the beans will all crip-up uniformly. Nice recipe Barbry.