I wasn't sure after going through the peeling process, but they turned out to be worth the effort. Make sure to taste as you go along and add spices/salt if needed. Very satisfying crunchiness! The key is roasting them long enough until you get there.
Good, but not good enough to ever go through the ridiculousness of peeling each chickpea again .
Good, but I found taking the skins off tedious as well.
These were really good - kind of like wasabi peas without the wasabi. You could adapt to use any spice blend you liked, or even just salt. Yes, peeling the skins was tedious. But it's not that bad. Try these!
Taking off the skins was tedious, but after I pulled them out of the oven and tried them. I think I would do it again. Great crunchy snack.
I have made a version of this recipe several times now. They make a delicious, low calorie snack. Make sure you roast them to crunchiness. They aren't nearly as good when the beans are still soft.
Maybe it's because I used canned chickpeas - but getting rid of the skins was a very tedious job. Other than that - very tasty and nice mix of spices (not too spicy but definitely not bland).
Yum. Like salted peanuts but better.
These just came out of the oven. I did them with a Moroccan spice blend and couldn't stop nibbling them every time I stirred!