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Butternut Squash and Chickpea Malaysian Curry

This is a great hearty dish for a cold night with so many beautiful spices and aromas! The list of ingredients is long, but well worth it! Serve over a bowl of basmati rice for a true heavenly dinner!

Date Roasted Butternut Squash and Chickpeas

This is just an amazing dish! Great served as a side dish for a formal dinner party or just over some rice or quinoa as an awesome main dish any night of the week! A fun tip...if you have leftovers scoop them onto your salad for a perfect lunch tomorrow!

Chickpea Pancakes

These pancakes use chickpea flour to create a protein packed guilt free breakfast! Make a big batch and freeze for busy mornings!

Saffron Laced Chickpeas and Leeks

This is a beautiful main course to really impress your guests! The saffron threads add such nice color to the dish while adding just a slight floral sweetness!

Flavors of Morocco Budha Bowl

If you are not yet familiar with a Budha Bowl, it is a big bowl of healthy food that usually includes: a grain, a protein, lots of veg and a yummy sauce! This one is jam packed with flavors of Morocco, between the spiced crispy chickpeas, pickles turnips and couscous - all drizzled with an oh so creamy tahini sauce! Yum!

Roasted Zucchini and Chickpeas with Kale and Kalamata Olives

This is a fabulous meal! The roasted tomatoes and onion give it a nice sweetness, combined with the lightly charred zucchini pieces bursting as you bite into them, and then of course the deep saltiness of the Kalamata olives! A full meal on its own or serve over couscous or rice!

Broccoli and Chickpea Stir Fry

These little chickpeas, although slightly unconventional in a stir fry are simply perfect! They crisp up ever so slightly which combines just right with the beautiful green broccoli!

Cauliflower, Zucchini and Chickpea Pot

This is an absolutely delicious vegetable main! It’s full of fresh herbs and veggies, a great summer dish and best of all it’s all done in one pot!

Maple Miso Chickpeas

These chickpeas come out really nice and sticky! They are just super addictive!

Miso Beet and Quinoa Budha Bowl

I’m really into Budha Bowls lately! A giant bowl of food that usually starts with some grains, lots of veggies and some form of protein. In this one I use yellow beets as well as the greens attached to them and lots of chickpeas in a miso dressing. For the grains here I chose to mix my quinoa with bulgur as the combo is just super fluffy and nutty!

Roasted Fennel and Chickpeas

An amazing and filling vegetable dish! The fennel comes out nicely caramelized while the chickpeas are just slightly crisp!

Corny Kale Chickpeas

This is a delicious and hearty lunch time salad. You can eat it hot or cold, but I have to say I really prefer eating it hot! If you are taking it for a lunch at the office, just place all the ingredients in a Tupperware and microwave when ready to eat.

Herbed Quinoa with Chickpeas and Walnuts

A really nice refreshing quinoa salad! Full of fresh herbs this is a great salad for a potluck or to serve as a grain with any meal!

Aloo Baingan – Eggplant Potato and Chickpea Curry

Aloo Baingan is a classic Indian vegetable curry consisting of Eggplant (Baingan) and Potatoes (Aloo). This is a dish that can be eaten fresh but it is even better if you make it in advance as the flavors deepen as they sit. This makes it a perfect dish for a party so you are not stressing at the last minute. You can make it up to 3 days ahead, just keep it in an airtight container in the fridge until you are ready to use. Just before serving heat in the microwave or over the stove.

Greens Topped with Beets and Chickpeas

This is a great lunchtime salad that will really fill you up! It’s a great use for leftover roasted beets if you have them around, but you can also roast them for the salad.

Curried Chickpea and Potato Pockets

This is like an Indian calzone! Curried potatoes and chickpeas are wrapped in a pizza dough and baked. A really a yummy treat for a snack or lunch! Make a big batch and freeze in resealable freezer bags. Just take them out as you need and enjoy! This recipe will make 8 pockets.

Balsamic Roasted Chickpeas and Swiss Chard

This is such a beautiful dish to serve in midsummer when swiss chard is abundant. Cooking the chickpeas in olive oil for such a long time makes them slightly crispy, while the garlic roasts until it is tender and delicious! Don’t worry about them amount of olive oil in the recipe, it is just to coat the chickpeas as they cook – you will notice that most of it is poured out after the chickpeas roast. Don’t throw it away! Keep this beautiful garlic infused oil in an airtight container and use in salad dressings or drizzled over fresh tomatoes.

Easy Paprika Chickpeas

This is one of my favourite quick snacks or lunches. It requires almost no effort and is super tasty and healthy!

Roasted Garlic and White Bean Hummus

This is a change from the traditional chickpea hummus. I find white beans smoother tasting than chickpeas, therefore they pair beautifully with roasted garlic. Serve with pita chips or raw vegetables for dipping.

Chickpea and Rutabaga Tagine with Dried Fruit

In this classic Moroccan dish, the sweetness from the light honey glaze and dried fruit is offset by rutabaga – a bold flavour combination! Serve with a side of couscous for a delicious meal! If you like the dish a little sweeter you can double up on the honey, and put half of it with the veggies while they are baking at the beginning.

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