Very easy to make! Watch the oven & check every so often as oven temps vary & you don't want them to overcook. I cut the recipe only making 1 can & cooked them for 30 minutes. DH said they were just right; not overcooked. Delicious! Made for ZWT8.
These are delightful and tasty! These make a great side dish to an Indian dinner or as a make-ahead snack to take to work. I made a half batch and they roasted in the oven about an hour. Thanks, loof! Made for PRMR tag game.
Mmm these were really tasty. They're like wasabi peas, but with garam masala instead of wasabi paste. They'd probably make a great snack food, but I just served them as a small side dish with the chicken jalfrezi I made. The chickpeas tasted great with the sauce. [Tagged, made & reviewed in Please Review My Recipe]
These chickpeas were wonderful. They turned out so nice and crispy! I cut the recipe in half and followed the directions as written. The timing worked out perfectly. Made for Veggie Swap 62.
These chickpeas are delicious and addicting. I agree that they make a great snack and/or side dish - very flavorful. Preparing these chickpeas took me back to my Southern roots where we used to shell peas on my Grandmother's front porch. It does take some time to remove all the outer shells, but they are definitely worth it. Made for Best of 2012.
I used only one can of garbanzo beans and this recipe to make the spice mixture: Garam Masala for Cunswim. The beans would have incinerated had I roasted them for 70 minutes-instead roasting a mere 30 minutes and they were perfectly crisp in that amount of time. Served as a side with lamb/mint patties, brown rice and a tossed salad. Reviewed for Best of 2012.