CHUNKY CHICKPEA RAINBOW WRAPS
This is something I’ve been taking with me nearly every day for college lunches. It’s so quick and easy to prepare on a Sunday night and stores in the fridge all week, meaning you have minimal work to do in the morning! The chickpeas are full of fibre and protein to keep you full til dinner. Also, they make the tastiest hummus sauce in this recipe. I even sometimes eat it as a side salad with some sweet potato/pitta bread or just on its own for a quick light bite. Some suggestions of how you can customise it are below too!
Chunky Chickpea Rainbow Wraps | Oh Happy Veggie
Prep time: 15 minutes
- 2 cans of chickpeas, drained and rinsed
- 600g raw vegetables of choice – cucumber, different types of peppers, tomatoes and onion, carrots
- 3 handfuls of green leaves
- 1 tbsp each mixed dried herbs, chilli, paprika, corriander
- Juice of 1 lemon (100 ml approx)
- 1 tbsp tahini
- 2 cloves of garlic, peeled and crushed
- salt and pepper to taste
- wholemeal wraps
- Chunky Chickpea Rainbow Wraps | Oh Happy Veggie
- First make the hummus by blending 1/2 of the chickpeas with 1/2 the lemon juice, the garlic and the tahini in a food processor.
- Scrape down the sides a few times and keep blending until smooth.
- Season with salt and pepper and blend for a further 20 seconds.
- Dice all the veggies and add the leaves, remaining chickpeas and lemon juice and herbs and spices to a large bowl and mix.
- Then add the hummus and mix till everything is coated.
- Spoon onto a wrap, fold up and enjoy!
If you like this kind of food, check out my falafel and hummus recipes
this recipe can be easily changed so that you can make it every week but not get bored. I have listed some suggestions of changes below!
Leaves can be kale, spinach, iceberg, romaine, rocket, mixed etc.
Use roasted vegetables instead- aubergine, courgette, carrot, tomato
Add in some sun-dried tomatoes to the mix
Swap hummus for guacamole
Use a different flavour of hummus- Eg lemon and coriander hummus, chili hummus, red pepper hummus, sun-dried tomato hummus
Change the spices to your taste
Use fresh herbs instead of dried
Swap the chickpeas for mixed beans or some other type of beans
Serve with pitta, potatoes, crackers, oatcakes, other cold salads or on its own.