Introduction: Chick Pea Salad

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Its getting hot out, time for a cool meal of chick pea salad.

This is a quick meal that takes 15 minutes to prepare, I serve with bread and a little hummus on the side.

Step 1: Ingredients

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1 green pepper
1 yellow pepper
2 tomatoes
2 cans of chick peas
olive oil
cavenders greek all spice or salt and pepper.
1 clove garlic
1 lemon

optional: feta

Step 2: Dice the Tomatoes

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Dice the tomatoes

Step 3: Chop the Green Pepper

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chop the green onion

Step 4: Chop the Yellow Pepper

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chop the yellow pepper

Step 5: Chick Peas

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Drain and rinse the chick peas.

Add all the chopped ingredients in to a bowl.

Step 6: Garlic

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I use a garlic press and add it to the bowl.

Step 7: Lemon

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Add the juice of one lemon to the bowl

Step 8: Spice, Oil and Mix

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Now add some spices, I like Cavenders Greek All-spice, add a small amount of olive oil ( a couple of table spoons) and mix.

Step 9: Sprinkle With Feta

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sprinkle a bit of feta on top.

Step 10: Serve

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time to enjoy the fruits, err chick peas of your labor.


bgrits (author)2011-06-04

I loved this but I made some additions....can of kidney beans (rinsed), 2 cans chick peas, sliced black olives, dill, rice wine vinegar, red onion,chopped celery and cucumber, fresh ground pepper, lemon zest, salt, omitted tomatoes but

I also let the mixture sit in the fridge for about 30 minutes before I added the oil and vinegar

crimsomcherry (author)2009-09-14

Wow I really liked this! It's simple but the flavors are very good together, although I have to admit I added some extra ingredients, I added black olives and some red onion. Also I was out of feta so I used cottage cheese instead, but still nice recipe! :)

pandanessa (author)2009-07-22

This. is. sublime. My boyfriend and I don't like green peppers (he doesn't like yellow either), so I added avocado instead. Feta makes this dish amazing, which is why it shouldn't be optional. We didn't have any all-spice at my house so I used pepper. :D -Vanessa

SydneyJohnston (author)2009-05-05

I make a chickpea salad that is practically identical to this (have you been sneaking into my kitchen! :-) except that I add cilantro. Another cool additive is a handful of sprouted lentils that I eat just about every day of my life. I know this is a great recipe since I eat it all the time! Thanks for sharing.

WisdomSeeker (author)2008-07-10

Looks and sounds really great! Can't wait to try it. Looks like the "ingredient list" needs to be corrected to say "pepper" instead of "onion".

joe (author)WisdomSeeker2008-07-10

Thanks for catching that! I fixed it... apparently I had onion on my mind. -Joe

soundmotor (author)2008-07-09

I saw this earlier today and made it this evening. I thought I had seasoned salt to substitute for the Greek spices but did not. I improvised and used garam masala with some extra salt & pepper. Also had naan bread & mango chutney with it. Verdict: A Winner!

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ClevelandWhiteout (author)2008-07-09

I'm salivating!

canida (author)2008-07-09

Sounds awesome. Try grating your garlic with a microplane - it basically weaponizes all that garlicky goodness.

joe (author)canida2008-07-09

Thanks for the tip, I never used a microplane, but now I have a reason to go to sur la table... -Joe

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