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Chickpea salad sandwiches are great to serve for parties or at lunchtime. Similar to a traditional chicken or tuna salad sandwich—but meatless—this version, made with smashed chickpeas, has amazing texture and taste!
Drain and rinse the chickpeas. Add all the ingredients (except bread) to a food processor and pulse a few times. If you don’t have a food processor, first mash the chickpeas in a medium-sized bowl with a fork or potato masher, then add the remaining ingredients and mix well. If using a food processor, after pulsing, use a spatula to push the mixture down toward the bottom and pulse a few more times. You want the consistency to be a little chunky.
Refrigerate until ready to serve on your favorite sandwich bread. Optional garnishes: salad greens, favorite cheese slices, tomato slices, avocado.
Weeknight dinners can be a monumental task for families on the run. Late meetings at work, sporting events, or last minute shopping trips, there are tons are reasons not to have a homemade meal. But savvy cooks know the slow cooker can be a home cook’s best friend. This recipe is a spin on the traditional Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich. By using chicken breasts, the meal is instantly lightened.
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