Vegan Roasted Cajun Chickpeas

A simple but flavour packed protein snack! Only 5-ingredients for these deliciously crispy roasted chickpeas.

VEGAN ROASTED CAJUN CHICKPEAS
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I’ve always loved roasted chickpea snacks but the ones in the store are either expensive, wrapped in 3 layers of plastic, or filled with preservatives. These roasted chickpeas rich and little spicy but it uses simple ingredients to keep it easy and allergy friendly.

I tried following a few recipes before but the chickpeas either came out soft or went soft when they cooled. So far, these chickpeas have lasted about 3 days before they lose their crispiness.

VEGAN ROASTED CAJUN CHICKPEAS
This has the same ingriedents to the Cajun spice mix use: Spice & Co Cajun ‘Louisiana’ Spice Mix.

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  • Servings: 2
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Spicy and flavourful roasted chickkpeas.

Ingredients

  • 1 can chickpeas
  • A few grinds of salt
  • 1 tbsp oil
  • a dash smoked paprika
  • a tsp of Cajun spice

Directions

Step 1: Pre-heat an oven to 230C. Place a tray in the oven while it is heating to ensure that it is hot when placing the chickpeas on it.

Step 2: Drain and rinse the chickpeas. Using a tea towel thoroughly dry the chickpeas.

Step 3: Once the chickpeas a dry, toss them with oil and salt. Pour them onto the heated tray and bake for 30 mins.

Step 4: After 30 mins immediately toss the chickpeas with the remaining spices.

Nutrition

Calories: 210   Fat: 9.3g   Protein: 7.5g   Fibre: 6g   Calcium: 3% rdi   Iron: 7.5% rdi   Vitamin C: 0% rdi

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