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{ Food Friday } Salt & Vinegar Roasted Chick Peas

I recently posted about my favorite snack, Roasted Chick peas.  Well, I also make another version of them that someone told about a while back that I love and wanted to share, It's Salt & Vinegar Chick peas.  These things taste like Salt & Vinegar chips and have a satisfying crunch - once you start eating these you won't be able to stop!
1) Drain a can of Garbanzo Bean/Chickpeas and put them into a pot
2) Cover with Vinegar and bring it to a boil -  Let boil for about 1 minute, then turn off heat and let them sit for 40 minutes
4) Drain the Chickpeas & put them into a roasting dish or baking sheet
5) Toss with Olive Oil & Sea Salt
6) Put in the oven at 425 degrees for about 40 minutes (depending on your oven they may finish quicker)

You will not believe the delicious salt & vinegar taste!  You will probably eat them all at once, but if you don't, just put the leftovers in a ziplock bag and save for later.


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24 comments:

  1. These look really good and I've been wanting to try them. Are they crunchy or mushy? Thanks for the recipe!

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    1. They are crunchy. It's a lot like eating a chip.

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  2. This recipe is interesting. Not a lover of them, but I might like them this way. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. These look tasty. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  4. we love, love, love chickpeas at the mcvick house, can't wait to try this recipe.

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  5. Yum! I love salt and vinegar flavor ... I can't wait to try these. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. I LOVE chickpeas! I've never had them done this way, but I love the salt&vinegar flavor combination, so this sounds really good! Thanks for the idea!

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  7. Oh my goodness, these sound so good. I LOVE chickpeas and salt and vinegar chips...but never thought of this. I'm totally pinning it. :)
    If you'd like another place to share this I'm hosting a link party today with a few fellow bloggers. I'd be great to see you linked up. :)
    http://thespacebetweenblog.wordpress.com/2012/03/27/diy-spring-wreath-painted-with-seaglass-and-driftwood/
    Karah

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  8. hahaha, clearly I like your ideas since I've now invited you to party twice. :) Thanks for all of the inspiration. Happy to be a new linky follower.

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  9. Wow! I've roasted them, but haven't tried this one yet.

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  10. Mmmm. Love roasted chickpeas! I swear I can eat a whole can in one sitting. I have never tried a salt and vinegar flavor!

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  11. I've got to make and enJOY some of these. Low carb is my game. I'm betting the heating of the vinegar would help clear my friends head cold as well, lol. Thanks for sharing. Found you at Romantic Home.

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  12. These look so good and healthy! Stumbled upon your blog and your newest follower. Can you please add your recipe to my Taste This Thursday party!?

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  13. Can't wait to try this and wanted you to know I featured your post on this week's Motivated Monday at BeColorful
    pam

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    Rose

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  16. Yum! I'd love to try this with apple cider vinegar! Great photos. :)

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  17. Um, goodluck with these. I just made a batch and ate half a can of beans in like 40 seconds. Oops! They are crazy yummy!

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  18. So yummy! I used my toaster oven so I wouldn't have to turn on the Big O. (that sounds bad). They weren't quite crispy enough after 40 minutes, so I turned it to broil and stirred frequently. Turned out great!

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