Chickpea Salad with Cucumber and Tomato

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Chickpea Salad with Cucumber and Tomato
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Chickpea Salad with Tomato and  Cucumber - #chickpea #salad #recipe #eatwell101 - Our Tomato, Cucumber and Chickpea Salad is fresh, healthy and bursting with flavor. This chickpea salad is perfect as a side or vegetarian main!

Chickpea Salad Recipe with Cucumber and Tomato – Bursting with fresh flavors and healthy ingredients, this tomato, cucumber, and chickpea salad is the perfect companion to any protein entrée. Crisp cucumbers, juicy tomatoes, and protein-rich chickpeas combine with a zesty lemon garlic vinaigrette for a vibrant and delicious dish. Whether you enjoy it as a refreshing lunch or a hearty vegetarian main, this colorful chickpea salad recipe will surely become a favorite in your meal plan rotation. Enjoy!

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Ingredients list for the chickpea salad recipe

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Why you’ll love this chickpea salad

This salad will quickly become a staple in your meal plan:

  • It’s light, fresh, and healthy, making it an ideal guilt-free option.
  • With only a few simple ingredients, this tomato, cucumber, and chickpea salad is easy to make and perfect for busy days.
  • You can prep it ahead of time for easy meals and optimal meal planning.
  • This salad is ideal for feeding a crowd, making it a go-to for gatherings or potlucks.
  • Best of all, this salad recipe requires no cooking at all, saving you time and energy!

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1. To make the tomato cucumber chickpea salad: Arrange tomato, chickpeas, cucumber, shallot, and parsley in a large bowl.

2. Add olive oil, lemon juice, minced garlic, oregano, salt, and pepper in a small jar. Give a good stir or shake to emulsify.

3. Pour the dressing over the salad and toss to coat well. Serve the tomato cucumber chickpea salad immediately or refrigerate until ready to serve. Enjoy! ❤️

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Tips for the tomato cucumber chickpea salad recipe

  • To make this salad lighter in carbs, replace chickpeas with any protein you like, such as rotisserie chicken, shrimp, or cooked ham.
  • Feel free to add some additional veggies like chopped zucchini, baby corn, or bell pepper.
  • Add in other fresh herbs such as basil, cilantro, dill, or fresh oregano, along with chopped parsley.

How to keep the chickpea salad leftovers

You can keep any tomato cucumber chickpea salad leftovers in an airtight container in your refrigerator for up to 3 days.

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