What is better than chickpeas and bread?! Now you can enjoy them both with these flatbreads! Some are made with chickpeas and some have chickpeas in them. Either way you want to enjoy them, this is the round up for you!
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1. Rosemary-Garlic Chickpea Flatbread
This Rosemary-Garlic Chickpea Flatbread by Amanda Froelich is high in protein, supports stable blood sugar levels, can increase satiety, improves digestion thanks to the high fiber content, and reduces the likelihood of developing diseases of affluence, simply because it is rich in essential vitamins and minerals. It’s super nutritious and delicious!
2. Tuscan Chickpea Flatbread
Source: Tuscan Chickpea Flatbread
This Tuscan Chickpea Flatbread by Natalie Yonan is extremely delicious and really easy to make! It’s thin, crispy and made of only water and chickpea flour. You can eat it just as it is or top it with sun dried tomatoes and olives!
3. Chickpea Flatbread and Marinated Crunchy Chickpeas
This Chickpea Flatbread and Marinated Crunchy Chickpeas by Bettina Campolucci Bordi is the result of creating a bread that contains it all: crunch, sweetness and spiciness all married together. It’s a typical over-the-top dish that incorporates all amazing ingredients, and it goes well with so many dishes in this book.
4. Garlic and Herb Chickpea Flatbread
This Garlic and Herb Chickpea Flatbread by Mireille Aikman contains chickpea flour, garlic, and herbs and is so easy to make. Want to know how you can make vegan garlic and herb chickpea flatbread? Lets get started!
5. Chickpea Flatbreads With Garlicky Tahini Sauce
This Chickpea Flatbread With Garlicky Tahini Sauce by Christine DesRoches is an easy, adaptable flatbread base called socca, made from chickpea flour. It tastes delicious with a variety of toppings, but here we used olives, chickpeas, and some crunchy vegetables plus a garlicky tahini sauce and a sprinkle of sumac for a perfect gluten-free party food or light dinner.
6. Chickpea Flatbread
Source: Chickpea Flatbread
Finding vegan and gluten-free bread at a grocery store is not an easy task for most. But, why not make your own? In comes this Chickpea Flatbread by Natasha Condie! This “bread” is slightly dense, but has a great crumbly crunchy texture that’s great with cabbage rolls, spaghetti, stews, and so much more. This one has garlic and parsley, which pairs wonderfully with pasta, but it’s incredibly easy to change the seasoning based on what you are going to eat it with. The sky’s the limit with this chickpea flatbread!
7. Kale Chane Poori: Spicy Black Chickpeas in Flatbread
This is traditional Indian dish most commonly served in the northern part of the country. The Kale Chane Poori by Anupama Paliwal is a hearty mixture of black chick peas, vibrant spices, and a hint of spice from the chilies. This mixture is then served with the poori which is an addictively tasty fried bread.
8. Homemade Flatbread Wraps With White Bean Hummus and Chickpeas
Can we be real for a moment? Convenience foods are way over-priced and usually can be made at home for way less. Flatbread is just flour, water, and salt so why is it so expensive at the store? Skip the supermarket, no need for plastic packaging or paying for a brand name when you can make your own vegan white bean hummus flatbread wraps with fresh veggies and roasted chickpeas for half the price! Try this Homemade Flatbread Wraps With White Bean Hummus and Chickpeas by Logan Dunn & Lexus Osman.
9. Doubles: Fried Flatbread Sandwich With Chickpea Curry
Doubles is a vegetarian street food that is sold in small sheds and carts alongside the streets in Trinidad and other Caribbean countries. It consists of is curried channa (chickpea), smothered between two fried breads called bara, and is usually served with a spicy mix of cucumber, tamarind, or mango chutney. To make your own, try this Doubles: Fried Flatbread Sandwich With Chickpea Curry by Nita Ragoonanan.
10. Mediterranean Chickpea Bread
Source: Mediterranean Chickpea Bread
This Mediterranean Chickpea Bread by Alise Marie is super easy, versatile, inexpensive, and requires few ingredients. Based on the Sicilian panelle, variations can be found throughout the Mediterranean, from Morocco to Israel. These little breads are light and fluffy, with a crispy outside that perfectly compliments the smooth creaminess of the coconut oil. Add in the protein from the chickpeas, and you have a winner! These are perfect with sliced avocado and a few red pepper flakes, or dijon mustard and sliced tomato as a side to your salads, with hummus or tapenade, toasted with a bit of preserves, or just as they are! Try the larger ones as a salad wrap, filled with dark greens, crunchy veggies, and a drizzle of lemon. Heaven!
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