There are so many ways to eat this healthy and adaptable bean. There are recipes for chickpea salads, curries, patties, soups and dips.
This is a very hot, spicy and tangy side dish for a vegetarian feast. You can, of course, reduce the lemon and seasonings to fit your taste. Enjoy!
Use this basic dry-roasted chickpea recipe to create a tasty, crunchy baked snack customised with your favourite flavours and seasonings.
A very good high protein alternative to flourless chocolate cake. You need a food processor to do the mixing. Give it a try!
This chickpea and tomato based Indian curry has a blend of fragrant spices is warming and healthy. Serve with a dollop of natural yoghurt, a sprig of coriander and warm naan.
A very thick and hearty soup with lentils, chickpeas, cannellini beans and a mixture of vegetables. Delicious and vegan.