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Had these for dinner tonight, so quick to cook, and so good. Served with steamed jasmine rice. A couple of my favourite foods together, chick peas and rice, thought I'd died and gone to heaven.
I had this for dinner last night. Perfect.
Yum! you have been busy...222 recipes! about 30 of your recipes just popped up in my recomended recipe page!!! along with 4 of my own (??? *LOL*) So I thought Id load your page and check out some more of you'r great great recipes!!!! I make spicy chickpeas also, but I use dry (soaked) and deep fry them and then add garam-masala or just cumin, corriander and turmeric...plus salt...great snack and also addictive!
Wel I saw this recipe and knew that it would be perfect for my vegetarin Atkins dieting friend. Of course, I didn't read it through until the end until I was in the process of making it. Even though it said to serve immediately, I sampled it (it was great) and put it in a container to reheat later. This was excellent. The flavors were even better heated up. I planned to serve the leftovers cold at lunch the next day, but there were not any leftovers! This will be one of my regulars from now on!
I like the mix of spices in this! The cumin, chili, and lemon are fantastic together. Nice and easy to put together, too. I only used one can of chickpeas but used the full amount of remaining ingredients to get a dish that was really flavorful... I absolutley loved it!
Used an can of diced tomatoes instead and it was awesome!
Very tasty. I ate it cold the next day and thought it was even better. Wonderful way to eat chickpeas when you're trying to cut back on meat/add beans to your diet. Definite keeper :)
Very simple to make and VERY ADDICTING!!! I love this recipe! We really enjoyed this for dinner last night, and cant wait to dive into the leftovers. THe lemon pepper really adds quite a kick to the flavor, and goes VERY well with the chili powder. Thanks for this recipe! It's definitely one we'll make again!
Very easy and delicious. I took it to a potluck and had several requests for the recipe. Thanks for another great recipe, Mirj!
I actually made this recipe for my husband, he loves hot food. I dont like hot food, but I did taste it and it was very tasty. It actually reminded me of a topping that would be added to a dish called maftoul(small rolled bread balls). I would make this dish again but probably not spicy. Thanks for the recipe.