Spicy Roasted Chickpeas : Trailer Park Football Party Snack





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Published on Jan 31, 2012

Make an Easy Roasted Spicy Crunchy Chickpea Snack!

Join Jolene Sugarbaker inside The Trailer Park Test Kitchen as she whips up a tasty budget snack using Chickpeas!

Chickpeas, or Garbanzo Beans usually are made into Hummus, but did you know you can make an easy crunchy snack by roasting them in your oven?

Using a can of Chickpeas and your favorite seasonings, your next Football party can have a unique budget snack that's high in protein!

Jolene will show you how to roast Chickpeas in the oven, then use your favorite spices to make a fun crunchy snack that will be great on a party table!

What flavor will you make yours?
What seasonings will you use?

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Comments • 19

Cindy Udhardt
Your are sooooo funny. I am also going to try some of your recipes. Thanks for all the fun. You are great. 
Yesterday I cooked some dried chick peas and roasted half of them- I didn't use any oil, but I seasoned them with salt, crushed garlic and cumin- they are delicious!!!!
Rachel K.R.
I would add a packet of taco seasoning and depending how much there is, maybe add an extra can of chick peas. 
sleepyfacedangel ♥
We make something similar to this, but your way is easier! Thanks, Jolene! \☺/
Gorb Snorb
Just like ThayAt
The candy chickpeas look like something to eat around easter because of the pastel color. I might just buy some chickpeas and try this out. Even though my best friend he is on a low protein diet. His liver is shot and protein is hard to for the liver to digest. Still curious to try them though :)
I love them burnt LOL... 
@JoleneSugarbaker AWWW I thought it was a great vegan rec. too~! 
have to try this , i usually saute mine on top of the stove , with olive oil and bq seasoning spice.
Linda Trzos
this is a great recipe! I bet you could use dry dip mix as a seasoning (like dry ranch mix) for them and they'd be good. Thanks Jolene!
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