Fried Chickpeas Recipe

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  1. Marniebella says:

    I thought Chick Peas were a grain/legume? How can that be Paleo? Thanks!

  2. Helen says:

    I have to try this. I’ve been looking for an alternative for chips (which I love but have given up to be more healthy). I can’t wait to try it.

  3. Dorothea says:

    can fresh chickpeas be used. I would think boiling them first. is this correct

  4. Mary says:

    How long will these keep ? Do you put them in the refrigerator?

  5. Gus says:

    This recipe needs a big time adjustment use half the salt and chili.

    • Milli says:

      Salt can actually be good for you contrary to what we’ve been taught if your drinking the proper amount of water daily and your flushing your systems with your balanced healthy meal plan

  6. Joan Sucher says:

    I would like to receive recipes in emails..”food is medicine”

  7. Charlotte L Powers says:

    I have seen this somewhere and meant to try these. I’ll save it now and get my Chickpeas out of the cabinet! Thanks for sharing this!

  8. Christina says:

    Pls, can anybody confirm if the chickpeas need to be boiled first, or just soaked?

    • Katarina says:

      I assume that they need to be boiled. When I’m preparing the Hummus, for example, they stay in the water over night, and I still need to cook them for an hour to be soft and not crunchy and raw.

    • Hi Christina, the canned chickpeas just need to be drained and rinsed.

  9. Carlos says:

    I don’t even like chickpeas and I love these! The flavor is awesome! I had to cook them for a while to give them the crunch I wanted (about 30 minutes in a cast iron pan), but it is worth it! After that I put them in snack bags in the fridge to snack on. They didn’t keep their crunchiness, but the flavor was still there so I actually didn’t mind eating them without the crutch.

    Going to make another batch now!

    Does anyone know a way to keep these crunchy?

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