what has four ingredients and is about to change your life?

chili roasted chickpeas, that’s what!  these suckers are so good it defies understanding.  i mean, there are four ingredients and none of them are unhealthy and yet i want to wolf them down like a box of cheez-its on the beach.  (that’s a good thing, in case there’s a question).  make them, please.  you won’t be disappointed.

recipe after the jump!

the what:

4 cups cooked chickpeas

3 1/2 tablespoons olive oil or grape seed oil

5 teaspoons of chili powder

1 1/2 teaspoons of sea salt

*optional chives to garnish, lime for an extra kick!

the how:

preheat oven to 400 degrees

spread chickpeas on a baking sheet and coat in olive oil, chili powder and sea salt (use more of less of the recommended salt/chili powder to your taste preference!)

bake at 400 degrees for 20-30 minutes or until chickpeas are crispy!

serve hot.  eat immediately, with abandon.  enjoy!

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  1. Janelle / the style eater|

    Roasted chickpeas are THE BEST! So very excited to try this chili version. I've been living off of chili-roasted pistachios the last few days, so these chickpeas are right up my alley!

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  2. Lindley|

    Would you recommend dried chickpeas or can canned ones be used? Looks delicious – chili powder improves almost everything!

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  3. Gabriella|

    This sounds so delicious! I can't believe they're so simple to make! I'll definitely have to try this recipe out soon.

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  4. Lea|

    I don't have an oven, can I fry these instead? My frying pan is nonstick so I won't need a lot of oil :)

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