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College Student's Saucy Chickpeas

Rated as 3.27 out of 5 Stars

"An easy to assemble dish of chickpeas in a curry tomato sauce that is cooked in the microwave. Serve with plain rice or noodles. If you're using canned chickpeas (like we do here at college) make sure you drain and rinse them before adding them. Play with other spices too if you'd like."
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Ingredients

10 m servings 366 cals
Original recipe yields 2 servings (2 cups)

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 366 calories; 3.9 g fat; 71.7 g carbohydrates; 15.8 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 962 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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I make a variation of this recipe all the time - saute garlic and onion in EVOO, add a can of chickpeas and a can of tomatoes. Throw in some curry powder, red pepper and whatever else (turmeric...

Most helpful critical review

I used a half a can of diced tomatoes that also included onions and green peppers. I also added a bit of cumin (to taste) and served it over rice. My boyfriend loved it! It tastes even better...

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I make a variation of this recipe all the time - saute garlic and onion in EVOO, add a can of chickpeas and a can of tomatoes. Throw in some curry powder, red pepper and whatever else (turmeric...

Very similar to chana masala. A can of coconut milk 'smoothes' out the curry flavor- and don't forget to add sauteed onions, if you can, it totally makes the dish!

I used a half a can of diced tomatoes that also included onions and green peppers. I also added a bit of cumin (to taste) and served it over rice. My boyfriend loved it! It tastes even better...

This recipe gave me a great start and often you just need a basic idea to get you started. I started by sauteing mustard seed in a bit of olive oil. It pops for a while, then add chopped garli...

I loved this recipe, just like one I make on the stove, only faster! You can add spinach (canned) too, and it's great!!

I'm really into chickpeas right now so I thought I'd give this one a try. I made a couple of changes to this recipe. I sauted some garlic and onion then added the chickpeas and tomatoes. I use...

A little bland- but perfect for a college student! Cheap and easy to make!

Not sure why my review was deleted. Anywho- this was a good, basic dish. I don't have curry powder, so I used a bit more of the garlic powder, added some crushed red pepper flakes, and a bit of ...

The only good thing about this was how easy it was to make. The portions seem off -- WAY too much curry powder. All in all, it was a little bland.