Spiced Carrots with Chickpeas and Herbs

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  • Cooking and Prep: 50 m
  • Serves: 6
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Ingredients (16)

Carrots and Chickpeas

Dressing

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Prepare the Carrots and Chickpeas

  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.

  2. Place carrots and chickpeas onto a baking sheet and toss with the olive oil and salt.

  3. Bake for about 30–35 minutes, flipping midway through, until the carrots are golden brown and chickpeas are dry and crispy.

Prepare the Dressing

  1. Prepare the dressing in a medium bowl by combining all the dressing ingredients, including the finely chopped fresh herbs. Mix well. The dressing will be quite thick.

For Serving

  1. Plate the warm carrots and chickpeas on a large dish and drizzle dressing all over.

  2. Gently toss with loosely chopped fresh herbs.

Note:

If you would like to prepare this dish in advance, dress the carrots and chickpeas then store in a sealed container in the fridge. Toss with loosely chopped herbs right before serving.



  • Nini

    I’ve made this a few times already and it’s always a hit! I leave out the sumac and cilantro (I don’t usually have those ingredients).
    Posted by Ninicharner |2022-06-17 16:41:17
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  • adele

    Posted by princess adele333 |2021-10-21 23:19:09
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  • Nechama

    It was so easy and delicious! It's great as a Shabbos side dish because keeping it on the flame longer just deepens the flavor! I just mixed everything together, including the dressing, and then roasted it. I used zaatar instead of sumac and sesame seeds, and added a little smoked paprika.
    Posted by gingy |2021-07-05 11:39:26
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    Adina Silberman
    I’m so glad you enjoyed this recipe :)
    Posted by Homewithadina|March 26, 2022
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  • Nechama

    Posted by gingy |2021-07-05 11:33:08
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  • Nini

    I’ve made this a few times already and it’s always a hit! I leave out the sumac and cilantro (I don’t usually have those ingredients).
    Posted by Ninicharner |2022-06-17 16:41:17
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  • Nechama

    It was so easy and delicious! It's great as a Shabbos side dish because keeping it on the flame longer just deepens the flavor! I just mixed everything together, including the dressing, and then roasted it. I used zaatar instead of sumac and sesame seeds, and added a little smoked paprika.
    Posted by gingy |2021-07-05 11:39:26
    Replies:
    Adina Silberman
    I’m so glad you enjoyed this recipe :)
    Posted by Homewithadina|March 26, 2022
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    1
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