This is great in the air fryer. Just spray the peas with oil or toss them with 1T (or less) oil then add the seasonings, toss and cook on 390 for 12-15 minutes shaking the pan a couple of times. Super crunchy!
Made as per recipe, they were tasty but not crisp, agree spices should be ramped up. Cooks need to know this is a messy process, they spit oil as they get hot, oil mess on floor and stove top, maybe suggest a deeper pot or cover.
I made these because I had all the ingredients on hand. I am not a vegetarian or heath nut. These could be addicting. If you play around with the spice mixture to get what you craving it will be a hit I am sure. Mine could have been crispier but I was impatient and wanted to try them NOW. I used the spices that are in recipe except the lemon I did not have. I think I will try spicier next time, and there will be a next time and I will probably double the recipe. Oh and use a non stick fry pan, they slide around great in it.
The flavor of these is fabulous!!
First time trying to get crispy chickpeas and they didn't turn out as good as we'd hoped. The seasoning mix was great and the beans made a nice addition to our tapas table . . . but though we cooked them for much longer than stated they never got really crispy. Maybe when the weather cools down will try again using Giada de Laurentis' method, 350° oven for 50-60min.