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Spiced Chickpea “Nuts”

September/October 2009

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When roasted in a hot oven, chickpeas become super crunchy. They’re a great low-fat substitute for nuts when salty cravings hit.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I didn't have those two spices so I improvised and it still tasted great! Everyone loved it. Had to cook the chickpeas for 45 minutes though for them to get really crunchy. Great recipe!! "

15 Reviews for Spiced Chickpea “Nuts”

03/02/2015
Not very flavorful

I followed the recipe exactly and felt the spice was understated. My chickpeas did not get crunchy after 30 minutes in the oven. I couldn't leave them in any longer, because they were starting to burn. Doubt, If I will try this again.

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08/23/2014
Anonymous

What a delightful twist on the little ol' chick pea! love it. I used masala spice, o.oil and a little salt. If you drain the peas in a colander, there is less blotting on towels. This also adjusts the time to what is on the recipe.

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07/27/2014
Spiced Chickpea “Nuts''

You have to soak dry chickpeas for at least 12 hours and wash them before making this. Do not use canned or raw (unsoaked peas)

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Anonymous wrote 18 weeks 3 days ago

I believe the recipe calls

I believe the recipe calls for canned chick peas, not dried

03/18/2013
Anonymous
A few things ...

This recipe is great but you have to rinse the chickpeas really well, and then dry them thoroughly with a paper towel (I had to use 6 paper towels before it was dry. This is REALLY important! And don't worry, the paper towels can be reused so its not a waste). (I make my own garlic olive oil using a garlic confit recipe) I used garlic olive oil and fresh cracked pepper. After tossing in the pepper and olive oil I lightly tossed them with Italian bread crumbs. I had to bake for ~35-40 minutes to get them crunchy. They continue to become more crunchy the longer they sit.

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03/05/2013
Anonymous

I followed the recipe and mine blew up in the oven and the few that didn't were not crunchy.

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Anonymous wrote 17 weeks 1 day ago

sorry for laughing but I was

sorry for laughing but I was thinking this could happen. Going to happen to me NOT! Thanks for putting me into hysterics for the info. Made my day!

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