Sticky Sesame Chickpea
- Post author:Sagen Jackson
- Post published:January 27, 2021
- Post category:Recipes
- Post comments:23 Comments
Tags: 10 minutes, asian favorites
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Can I sub cornstarch for the tapioca flour?
Hi, Beth. Absolutely!
10/10. Newly vegan and this was easy and delicious
Oh, so happy to hear that Mia! Thank you for the kind comment.
So flavorful, super quick and budget-friendly ! My husband loved this as well as my picky 2-year old son.
That’s awesome to hear, Amaris!
I tried it and now it’s one of my new favorite things to eat!
where do you find the chickpeas with cooking directions?? can i used canned chickpeas??
You may absolutely use canned chickpeas. I just prefer dry chickpeas. The chickpeas should have instructions for how to cook on the package but please feel free to use canned.
This was so good! Next time I’ll double it because I bet it’s great leftover!
Thank you, Taylor! It is perfect for leftovers. I just finished mine the other day.
Very delicious, Loved the ginger
Thank you, Meagan!
Taste amazing! My sauce was runny and not sticky but I’m not sure why still really good though!
Hmm, the tapioca flour (or cornstarch) is what’s going to help get that consistency. I’m glad you enjoyed it though. Thank you for trying out the recipe and leaving a review – very much appreciated.
These were SO delish! Will absolutely be making these again. Were they 685 calories per serving or 685 for the total recipe?
Hi Lauren, oh I’m so glad you enjoyed it. Great question all my recipes are calorie estimates and they are per serving.
so yummy! so simply to make and really filling, I’d definitely reccomend it! <3
So delicious and so easy! This meal is definitely going to become a staple!
This is one of my favourite quick suppers. I make this all the time now, so thank you for the recipe! A note for anyone who doesn’t buy light sodium soya sauce, I do half soya sauce half water and it works well.
Oh, it’s a pleasure. The original recipe creator is tagged below.
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