chickpeas roasted with vinegar & dijon

Now here’s something you can snack on ’til the cows come home – and talk about passing a full-scale crash test, I mean snack test – especially for dummies! First and foremost, this takes the guesswork out of what to reach for when the munchies strike – no labels to read, no chemicals to dodge, no guilt to assuage – made from ingredients that are meant to be consumed by humans.

roasted chick peas

And if there ever was a blank canvas ready to receive whatever you’re willing to throw at it – this would be it. Head to your spice rack, reach for dried herbs, chop up a few fresh, rattle a few bottles – soy sauce, hot sauce, maple syrup, blue agave, flavored oils, vinegars – I feel a little ditty comin’ on – be bold, bring heat, be mellow, bring sweet – this is a morsel you have to meet – feel free to tweet! Thank you – thank you very much!

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roasted chick peas

1. I’m using dried so I’m soaking, but feel free to use the canned variety – drain & rinse before patting dry.

roasted chick peas

2. Still soaking.

roasted chick peas

3. Whether dried or canned, drain in a colander and pat dry with paper towels.

dressing for chick peas

4. Get your flavorings together.

roasted chick peas

5. Whisk them all around.

roasted chick peas

6. Put the chickpeas in bowl or a sealable container.

roasted chick peas

7. Pour the seasonings over the chickpeas and toss around to coat completely.

roasted chick peas

8. Spread evenly in a single layer on a baking sheet and head to your hot oven to get roasting.

roasted chick peas

9. And roasting!

roasted chick peas

10. And roasting.

roasted chick peas

11. Finish with a sprinkle of salt over the hot chickpeas and leave to cool.

roasted chick peas

12. Store them in a sealable container, if they make it that far.

roasted chick peas

13. Get yourself a bowl and try not to do your Pac Man imitation while you’re at it!

 

One Response to chickpeas roasted with vinegar & dijon
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