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Chickpea Burgers & Tahini Sauce

August/September 2006, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Rather than a heavy, fried falafel, here's an updated version of this pocket sandwich: a light chickpea patty served in a whole-wheat pita with a flavorful but light tahini sauce.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Fine recipe; my wife especially liked the sauce. I made the patties and refrigerated them overnight; they never appeared to be falling apart, so the cooling/resting time probably helped. I am far from being a vegetarian, but was quite...
Chickpea Burgers & Tahini Sauce Recipe

45 Reviews for Chickpea Burgers & Tahini Sauce

09/23/2009
Anonymous

Great vegetarian option! I made this last night, and it was very easy. I had a hard time finding the Tahini, so made a modified yogurt sauce and served them with that and salsa. Very good. Thanks! www.eatatthetable.com

Eat At The Table, Washington, DC

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

Great dish. Instead of hamburger sized patties, I just dropped a spoon full into the oil for mini patties. I used 2 cap-fulls of oil for the pan, I may do a bit more next time. Thank you

Roger, Sacramento, CA

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

It had a lot of flavor. Easy to make. Just put in the mini food processor. It did need extra flour to hold together but a easy recipe.

Anonymous, LaCresenta, CA

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

Simply DELICIOUS recipe...yes, a tiny bit time consuming, but worth it. I would double this and try freezing some mix for later, maybe? SOOO yummy, and the sauce is the perfect accompaniment. These would also make great hors d'oeuvre!

Anonymous, Oak Bluffs, MA

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

Delicious! This is a great recipe. We added some avocado, tomato, and sprouts in whole wheat pita. This has entered the "regular rotation" in our house.

Anonymous, Long Beach, CA

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