15 Minute Mediterranean Chickpea Skillet

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Last updated on November 18th, 2020 at 11:05 am

A quick and easy Mediterranean chickpea skillet! This Mediterranean diet recipe is vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and super healthy!

It’s Saturday night and we’re going crazyyyy!!!

Okay actually I’m sick, so my plans for today are sitting in my PJs, drinking tea, watching movies and reminiscing about life before Influenza.

For example when I made this Mediterranean chickpea skillet. Good times. I was laughing and eating without the need to blow my nose every 3 minutes. Life was different. It was good.

And so was this super easy, 15 minute chickpea skillet that uses basic ingredients you probably have at home right now.

It’s vegan, gluten-free, grain-free and magical.

How To Make Mediterranean Chickpea Skillet

Here’s what you do. You go open a jar of chickpeas (I still can’t get over the thought of boiling chickpeas for 1 hour – drives me crazy).

Drain and rinse those chickpeas really well.

Chop some tomatoes, onions and cook all that for a few minutes.

Then out of nowhere, you come up with the idea to add even more vegetables.

Use whatever you’ve got at home: peppers, zucchini or eggplant, add a lot of garlic & basil and some sesame and nigella seeds.

In the end, put some olive oil to absorb some healthy anti-cancer carotenoids from the tomatoes and peppers.

That’s it. Easy.

Then you dive into this beauty and get one step closer to endless awesomeness. I don’t even know what this means my head is super foggy.

Health And Beauty Benefits

If I didn’t have some leftover potato soup from yesterday I’d probably be making this right now, as the garlic in this chickpea skillet can boost my immune system and get rid of that mean Influenza thing in a second.

Other than that you’d be enjoying a dish that is:

  • low in calories
  • high-fiber
  • high-iron
  • high-zinc
  • super antioxidant-rich.

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