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For lunch try fresh greens lightly tossed with vinaigrette made from balsamic vinegar, Dijon, lemon, and Italian seasoning; and topped with lean protein, avocado, and a small scoop of quinoa or chickpeas.
Last month’s was a lamb burger topped with marinated grape tomatoes, spring mix, chickpeas, pickled cucumbers and yogurt sauce.
Press patties into coconut or chickpea flour to help them hold their shape.
Currently available menus propose blue lobster with tomatoes and black olives, sea bream and free-range fowl with chickpeas and sorrel.
Unlike other single-serving crunchy snacks — ahem, potato chips — these sturdy chickpeas won’t be easily smushed in your bag.
Open a can of green chickpeas, add four to six ounces of the the garlic sauce and blend it together.
Add cucumbers, tomatoes, red onion, chickpeas, 3 tablespoons feta chunks, peppers, half the basil and arugula, toss to combine.
Gwyneth Paltrow has invested in a frozen-food maker; actress Olivia Munn is backing specialty jerky (good for weight loss!); and DiCaprio supports organic chickpeas.
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Origin and Etymology of chickpea
First Known Use: circa 1722See Words from the same year
CHICKPEA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chickpea for English Language Learners
: a pale round seed that is cooked and eaten as a vegetable
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