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This recipe is a fantastic low-fat protein source that is high in fiber to maintain blood glucose levels and lower levels of cholesterol. This is an easy vegetarian recipe that can be enjoyed for lunch or dinner, combining chickpeas with herbs and spices to create a mix of enjoyable flavours. Enjoy with a mixed salad on the side or an additional low GI carbohydrate such as a wholegrain wrap or pita bread.
Prep time: 10
Cook time: 20
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