How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 400 F.
  • In a mesh strainer, gently rinse beans. Dump onto a wad of paper towels and gently roll them dry.
  • Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and spread chickpeas evenly across sheet.
  • Bake chickpeas, checking at ten minute intervals to ensure they aren't burning. I like to give a good shake for even roasting.
  • When chickpeas have reached desired level of crunchy, toasty, roasty goodness, remove from oven and *lightly* spray with an olive oil cooking spray. This will encourage the seasoning to stick to the dry roasted beans without compromising their crunch or low fat content.
  • In a tightly sealed tupperware or plastic bag, shake beans in seasoning mixture. Discard excess seasonings.
  • For best results, store in an airtight container in the fridge. For super best results, eat immediately!.

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    " It was excellent "
    elgab89 ate it and said...
    What a great ideea! I have 2 cans of chickpeas just waiting to be roasted! Thank you
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  • linspj 9 years ago
    These sound kind of fun...will give it a try. Definitely healthier than chips! LOL
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  • fishtrippin 9 years ago
    Never had 'em, now I will. Sounds good! Thanks!
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  • busmamawilliams 9 years ago
    We used to get these as a "street snack" when I lived in Pakistan. I always loved them & now I can make them fresh, at home. Thanks so much!
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