Two-pea salad

Jeremy and Jane Strode

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The heaviness of the chickpeas is balanced by the lightness of the peas and makes for an original salad.

Two-pea salad
Photo: Jennifer Soo

Ingredients

500g dried chickpeas, soaked in water overnight or 4 x 400g cans chickpeas

Method

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  • Main Ingredients - vegetables
  • Cuisine - spanish
  • Course - salad

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