Chickpea Avocado Onion Salad




This vegan recipe for Chickpea Avocado Onion Salad has , avocado and lemon juice as the primary ingredients.

The sesame oil imparts extra nuttiness on this chickpea salad. Healthy and delicious, chickpeas are a great source of protein and dietary fiber. The optional jalapeno adds kick with an extra side of Vitamin C.[2]


This recipe allows customizations! Go heavier on the onion or optionally add jalapeno or olive oil. Customize the nutrition for this recipe () below.

Quick nutrition per serving: 249 Calories, 1.9 grams of protein, 24.2 grams of fat

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Chickpea Avocado Onion Salad
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Ingredients

1 can Chickpeas
3-4 tbsps Onion
(optional) 1 pepper Jalapeno
3 tbsps Cilantro
1 fruit Avocado
(optional) 1 tbsp Olive Oil
1 tbsp Sesame Oil
2 tbsps Lemon Juice
1 pinch Salt
1 tsp Black Pepper

Directions

  1. Finely chop the onion and cilantro. Cut the avocado into small squares. Thinly dice the jalapenos (optional).
  2. In a bowl, combine the chickpeas, onion, avocado, cilantro, lemon juice, both oils, salt and pepper. Mix well.
  3. Let the salad stand for 5min (room temperature) for the flavors to meld.

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Nutrition calculations are from Harvard Medical's nutrient guidelines [1] and USDA's food central database (2019) [2].
We calculated values from 2000 kCal daily recommended diet.