PUT A LITTLE SPICE IN YOUR LIFE WITH THESE CRUNCHY CHICKPEAS.

I always put out  a few nibbles  with our before dinner drinks.   Something to take off the hunger edge but not spoil you for dinner.  This is a Mediterranean version of Japanese wasabi peas.  Perfect for serving with cocktails.   They are salty, spicy, lemony and loaded with fresh herbs.   It’s a “wiggle and a shake to make”.   An addictive alternative to store-brought crunchies.     My herb garden is lush with  aromatic herbs, a perfect time to whip up  this recipe and serve it with a well chilled bottle of rosé wine.   Make a double recipe and store in an airtight container for up to a week.

Put on your apron and slip into MRS.BUTTERFIELD’S kitchen for this recipe for CRUNCHY SPICED CHICKPEAS.

 

 

 

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5 thoughts on “PUT A LITTLE SPICE IN YOUR LIFE WITH THESE CRUNCHY CHICKPEAS.

    • It is such a pleasure to simply walk out into the garden and harvest the freshest of herbs. Then toss in a lemon … and everything you make tastes marvelous. Cheers Virginia

    • Roasted cauliflower with Parmesan!! Yes absolutely! The first time I made them very few made it to the dinner table. I love the way staid, boring, white cauliflower becomes this fabulous vegetable dish you can’t stop eating. Forget cauliflower and cheese. You might become addicted to the crunchy chickpeas and of course they are so good for you. Enjoy – Virginia

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