Simple Garbanzos Recipe
Garbanzo beans and peas are coated with a seasoned olive oil dressing and served chilled.
A delicious, high fiber snack, these roasted chickpeas are a crispy, crunchy alternative to bland, mushy chickpeas.
This recipe can be eaten as a side dish or as a light meal. It's great with a grilled pork chop and some crusty bread. Its origins date back to North African cultures and is one of the very popular choices of tapas in Seville's bars.
Making a paste of onion, tomato, chile pepper, ginger, and garlic starts you on your way to a relatively simple homemade Indian dish.
Just what a Greek salad should be, chock full of hearty ingredients like tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, feta cheese, and of course beans, and done up with a zesty dressing.
In this snack recipe, chickpeas are simply seasoned and roasted. Also, try as a salad topping
Fresh herbs are sauteed with garlic in olive oil, then cooked with garbanzo beans, zucchini, mushrooms and tomatoes. This can be served either as a main dish or side dish. If you like, you can add raisins or pine nuts to the garbanzos in the beginning.
Garbanzo beans, garlic, cumin, salt, olive oil, and lemon juice are all standards in hummus making. Try a few drops sesame oil for something new.
Canned chickpeas help you create this delicious, restaurant-quality, falafel dish in just 30 minutes.
Chickpeas are tossed in a lemony olive oil dressing with fresh herbs into this easy, Mediterrenean-inspired marinated chickpea recipe.