By Mirj on November 15, 2001
Photo by Engrossed
Photo by Engrossed
"These are very addicting."
Serving Size: 1 (251 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 5
"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."
"Delicious! I cut the recipe in 1/2 and used 1 small onion, 1 1/2 tomatoes and a clove of garlic. Super tasty! Thanks for sharing!"
"Addicting, YES! Reheats very well for lunches/leftovers, if any. Thanks for this delightful, easy recipe! "
"Easy to make but not much flavor."
"Looking for a meatless alternative, this was great. I used olive oil and canned diced tomatoes but followed the recipe for the rest. I served this with wild/brown rice and a Greek salad and it was a very good week night dinner for DH and I. It was even better the next day, cold and reheated. Thanks for the post."
"Tasty. DD (toddler) and I had this for lunch. I wouldn't call this spicy but flavourful. Served over perfectly cooked white Basmati rice, garnished with chopped flat leaf parsley. I used canola oil to be soy free, sea salt, finely grated lemon peel and freshly ground black pepper in place of the lemon pepper, canned plum tomatoes, chopped, freshly squeezed lemon juice, plus the rest of the ingredients."
"Love love love this recipe!! So quick, easy, and inexpensive. Also very healthy."
"I needed to add extra spice. It was a simple side dish."
"This was amazing. I was a little worried that the chickpeas wouldn't be soft enough but I left it on low heat with the pan covered and it turned out great. I also didn't have cumin so I substituted coriander and it still came out delicious. I had some with puris (fried naan) and my bf loved it."
"This is delicious! I followed the recipe exactly. I usually don't like garbanzo beans, but this recipe was great. We'll be making this again. Thanks for posting."