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1 tablespoon Dijon mustard; 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt; 1/4 teaspoon black pepper; 8 lettuce leaves; Directions. In a large bowl, coarsely mash chickpeas with a fork. Add eggs and stir to combine.

Stir in mayonnaise, green onions, capers, Dijon, salt and pepper. Serve over lettuce leaves. Serves: 4 | Serving Size: 2 lettuce leaves and about 3/4 cup salad. Chickpeas (1 can) Hardboiled eggs; Celery, chopped; Sweet pickle relish; Purple onion; Mayonnaise; HOW TO MAKE EGG SALAD SANDWICH.

Making egg salad takes about 15 minutes start-to-finish. Boil Eggs – hard boil your eggs, then peel and chop the hardboiled eggs (I smash them using a fork). Smash Chickpeas – drain and rinse chickpeas, then using a for. In a small bowl make the dressing by whisking together the olive oil, red wine vinegar, Dijon and pinch of salt.

5. On a small plate place half a cup of spinach or arugula and top it with about half a cup of the chickpea avocado mixture. Slice a hard boiled egg and place it on top of the salad and drizzle with the dressing. Chickpea Egg Salad Variations: If you want to add some greens to bulk this up, I think peppery baby arugula would be great. If you want to add more protein, this would be great with salt cod (bacalao), smoked fish, grilled chicken or tuna.

This egg and tuna salad recipe with chickpeas is an easy balanced dinner idea with protein that is great for kids and families. Try this egg chickpea salad for picnics or try this salad for barbecues. Dijon, salt and pepper together until combined. Set aside; Salad.

Place the baby spinach, chickpeas. Easy Chickpea Salad Sandwich A fan favorite! This chickpea salad sandwich is a plant based way to get your egg salad fix. Tuna Salad with Egg Combine egg salad with tuna salad in this ultra-filling, protein packed creamy sandwich.

Curry Egg Salad Add 1 teaspoon curry powder for a flavorful variation. This egg salad sandwich recipe is Vegetarian. Place eggs in a saucepan and cover with water. Bring to a boil, remove from heat, and let eggs stand in hot water for 15 minutes. Remove eggs from hot water, cool under cold running water, and peel.

Leftover chicken and hard-boiled eggs combined with fresh herbs and mayo make a delicious main dish chicken and egg salad, but can also be served on crackers for a tasty appetizer. In a bowl, combine the mashed chickpeas, celery, green onion, pickles, dill, lemon juice, vegan mayo, sriracha, turmeric, paprika, breadcrumbs and black pepper. Chill for 10 minutes before assembling your sandwiches.

I recommend putting approx. 1/3 cup filling per sandwich. Place the egg in a saucepan and cover with water to a depth of about an inch over the egg. Place the pan over medium heat and bring to a full rolling boil. Cover the pan and remove the pan from the heat.

Let stand for 15 minutes. Pour off the hot water and run cold water over the egg until it’s cool enough to handle. Peel and chop the egg.

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Add the romaine lettuce, tomato wedges, parsley, mint, and peppers to the bowl with the onions and cucumber in the prepared vinaigrette dressing; gently toss to coat with dressing.

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I probably make a dozen different salad dressings, but this one with mustard is one of my favorites, especially with tender Boston or Bibb lettuce.

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Combine the romaine, bean sprouts, green onions, and fresh coriander in another bowl and toss with 1⁄2 cup of the dressing.

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Pour the dressing over the spinach and serve at once, with pita bread or Arab bread.

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  • I first experienced chickpeas when I got a Greek salad, I believe, from Wendy’s. Was hooked ever since ���� so glad that I ran across you guys video! Presentation was very nice and looks very simple to make ����

  • Wow! I tried this recipie today and it was so bomb! I absolutely loved it and it only took me like 5 minutes to whip up! Thanks for the amazing recipie:)

  • Being from the deep south in the US I’d probably add sliced stuffed green olives, but that’s just me… oh and maybe some nooch. YOU’RE FABULOUS!

  • For the full Fresh Chickpea Salad Recipe with ingredient amounts and instructions, please visit our recipe page on Inspired Taste: https://www.inspiredtaste.net/19298/fresh-chickpea-salad-recipe-with-lemon-and-dill/

  • Ohhh-so-good! Been wanting a good egg salad sandwich for eons….wasn’t quite sure how to prep it! Great simple recipe. Thank you for sharing!!!

  • I make a similar salad except I use Italian dressing and sometimes I add a little red onion or bulgar wheat. I chuckled when I saw this because sometimes you think your the only one with that idea ��

  • My bread is Rudi’s Bakery, and I buy it only on the clearance table for half the price. I can’t have dry or coarse bread because I have sensitive throat tissues that abrade easily and become sore. I also make my own vegan mayonnaise to control the oil and salt levels. My chick pea salads are more simple than this, a little celery and roasted red pepper chopped, and that’s about it.

  • Wooow when you added black pepper…then stirred…then allowed it to saute for 2-3 minutes..those bay leaves made the difference…wooow good pieces of chicken breast…..thyme also made it yummy…i swear my mouth is water right now…thank you so much for sharing dear..see you in the next video…the notification bell is on

  • I love chickpeas, look at them juicy chicken breast yummy,this meal is rich of nutrients healthy and tasty. You can certainly cook thanks for sharing��

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  • Looks tasty and yummy ��…..loved watching it….great share…..thumbs up����……I’m your friend and hope you will also do the same

  • WOW looks so yummy! and great! and thank you for sharing great recipe!!
    I want to be your new friend! Can I?
    I clicked the subscribe and like button!
    Come to my channle plz!

  • Need to try this!! Looks amazing! Never used to like mayo before I was vegan because it had egg in it, but have recently tried just mayo and it tastes better than the real thing! Also I have just posted my first Vegan Art Video and it would be amazing if you could check it out <3

  • This looks so mouthwatering. I’m getting hungry now. Irresistibly delicious. thanks for sharing dear. Love & greetings, stay safe.

  • Try a little Indian black salt which is actually pink, but it gives your stuff that eggy taste and smell! I also jazz it up with a little dill pickle relish. I totally drain my chickpeas and blend them dry with 1/4 of the onion, 1 tsp. vinegar, celery and ooh la la, that black salt surely makes it totally taste like egg salad! Oh YUM! And I do use mustard and vegannaise!

  • I made this and my wife and son, who aren’t vegan by the way, keep asking when I’m going to make that ” stuff ” again. So guess what’s on the menu tonight!
    Thank you Angi. Can’t wait for your cookbook.

  • I love putting chopped up red pepper in with celery… I would never have thought to do full in it. Gonna have to give that a try! Thank you for all your amazing videos

  • I make “chickpea tofu” sandwiches. Very easy to make whisk 1 cup chickpea flour with 1 cup cold water, 1/2 tsp sea salt &1/8 tsp tumeric pdr whisk into 2 cups boiling water it will quickly thicken cook & stir 3 min. Pour into sprayed 8″ pan, let cool, chill in fridge few hours until set. Then use it however you want. Mash with a fork & mix with mayo looks just like deviled eggs! Your sandwiches look great too & I will try them! I make bread machine bread.

  • I love you guys! Thanks for the great video vegan recipes! I’m a new vegan and I am blown away by the flavors and especially the variety of spices used in vegan food! I also love how you sing a lot! I’m a school music teacher and composer and I sing a lot too!

  • I just made a chickpea salad with veganese, celery, black pepper and red grapes. I didn’t use the food processor, instead I just mashed some of the chickpeas with a fork and left some whole. I put it in whole wheat toast. It was delish!

  • I’m trying to go oil free with my vegan gluten free and it’s hard. I have a recipe for bread I’m going to attempt in the bread maker tomorrow. I’ve had the bread maker since 1997 and used it once. I hope the bread turns out great. Then I’m going to make this sandwich except use avocado instead of mayo. �� glad I found your recipe.

  • Just noticed on the blog it says “2 sprigs green onion, finely *SICED*”
    Side note I made this and IT IS SO FREAKING GOOD AND EASY! Thank you for this! <3

  • Stop calling it egg salad if it isn’t egg. It’s because you’re fighting the laws of nature. Deep down you WANT eggs, cheese, milk and meat, come on now.

  • I’m going to eat this today (: I tried a chickpea sandwich before and it tasted exactly like tuna.. I think. I haven’t had tuna in a while but it reminded me of the taste.

  • Yay! I love chickpeas and will be making my version of this soon!!! Going to try this in a whole grain pita with spinach & tomato ad toppings…

  • Anji and Ryan, thanks soooooo much for sharing your recipes, meal ideas, amd “what you eat” in a day videos. I’m a new vegan, and I can’t tell you how much I appreciate these videos!!! Your efforts matter so much more than you know, please keep sharing!!! THANK YOU!!!!! P.S. I LOVED THE “JUST MAYO”, So do my nonvegan children and husband. Every little step gets them closer. 😉

  • I love chickpea salad, too! I use lemon juice, celery, onion, relish and vegenaise. This is one of my favorite meals! Love your videos!

  • I love to make these too every once in a while. I usually process just the chickpeas then mix the other ingredients in by hand. I like to leave the chickpeas a little chunky.

  • Nice to meet you. Are you a video production professional? Your video is
    so fun. I wanted to be close with you, so I subscribed and liked it!!❤️❤️❤️❤️������like15

  • I love just mayo! I picked up a jar when I did a 30 day vegan kickstart. I smash my chickpeas with masher for texture and I add sweet relish and curry powder. This is in my current rotation.

  • Tried your awesome recipe today and made sandwiches for me and my hubby WOW! They were absolutely dee-lish!! Thanks for sharing. I made him guess what it was and at first he thought it might be tuna or chicken. Again, thanks for much for broadening my food horizon!!!

  • So weird just yesterday without seeing this I made big baguette sandwiches as I’ve just arrived in Paris and I just mash chickpeas with lemon juice using a fork and in the second one I mashed some corn in too which was really yummy, adding tomato, avocado, beetroot and some whole grain dijon mustard to the sandwich. You can also mash the avocado into chickpea mix too. And I actually mentioned to my mum that the texture kind of reminded me of tuna.

  • Yes! Boom! Go Vegan! �� You and all the vegan chefs and foodies have proven it. Proven time and time again, that Vegan can be delicious! I will be making this recipe for sure. Lol! Thank you Lisa for sharing! Have a great day!

  • Now I remember Ryan from an upload where he was pointing out some errors made by Unhealthy Vegan but don’t remember if I commented, ya all’s COOL, thanks for sharin’ this Chickpea “Tuna” Sandwich recipe, will be making it soon, thumbs up and Happy New Year!:)

  • While I’m not vegan, I can totally appreciate this. I did try to be vegetarian several years ago, and was WHOLLY unprepared, and undereducated, so my diet was actually just a lot of Morningstar Farms stuff. I’m sure if I tried it now, I could do better. All in all, I liked your video, I liked your intro, awesome job!

  • great recipe thanks for sharing.Ryan would love to see ya with a mens stylish hair cut new year resolution perhaps.BLESIINGS HEALTH HAPPINESS TO YOU BOTH.

  • Looks great! Sounds like Ryan is a bread fan, have you guys ever thought of making bread from wheat berries? They can easily be ground in a vitamix type blender or a grain mill and you can make the healthiest yummiest breads and control the ingredients. The wheat berries are very high in antioxidants when freshly ground but store bought has mostly oxidized by the time you eat.

  • Made your ‘tuna’ and a friend was here and said ‘lets crush up 1/4 teaspoon dried seaweed and see it give this mock tuna seafood taste’.  He isn’t vegan fully.  It did give the mock tuna a seafood taste which was fine.  You guys have the best recipe.  Everyone loved your fresh raw persimmon pie!!

  • I’m with you, baby! Ezekiel Bread is awesome for this sandwich. I also can get a vegan Jewish Rye at the Farmer’s Market which is made fresh locally in St Pete, FL and it’s great when I can get it. I also like paprika in the mix,onion salt or even a little fresh onion. Peace.

  • I am so going to make this! Anji and Ryan thanks for sharing your happy healthy vegan message. Love your chill vibe! New subscriber ��

  • for the brief recipe and the cute music you’ve gained a new subscriber, keep it, and please share if i can make it as prepared meal, and for how long would it stay fresh

  • I always only use Ezekiel bread. It’s the only bread I have eaten in the 20+ years I have been vegan. I like the sour dough. I have been using the Cheap Lazy Vegan’s vegan tuna with pickles and onion. Love it.

  • We also eat “mock” tuna. Like you said, it also makes me think of egg salad. Generally, I do low fat, but this sandwich is handy for work/school lunches-especially with kids. My variation: Using a food processor, chop onion, celery, dill pickle. Add drained & rinsed chickpeas, “Just Mayo”, mustard, lemon juice. Run processor. Serve on ciabatta roll, with shredded lettuce. Good options/add-ins.

  • I have no problem with Hampton creek & enjoy their products, but the creator doesn’t seem to be vegan. I’ve seen interviews with Josh Tetrick, the ceo/creator, in the news for awhile and he seems very resistant to associating his product with veganism. He encouraged many people to spread the mayo on hamburgers and even served a turkey sandwich to a news anchor. Like I said, I have nothing against Hampton Creek and buy their products, but I just was curious to get both of your opinions on the antivegan attitudes the company seems to have. I’m confused by it. Are they just in it for the money? What do you guys think?

  • It looks really good. I definitely would at least try it. I am going to make one. Can’t wait it looks so good! And I think I’m going to add some sliced jalapenos to mine. Thank you guys:)

  • This totally looks amazing! I think I have all of the ingredients. I really like the idea of dill instead of cilantro which so many
    chickpea recipes have. I’m definitely going to try this. YUM

  • I’ve tried it and since then it’s one of my favorits!! I don’t know, the mixture of the ingedients and tastes fit perfectly together:)

  • well, i tried this today, let me tell you, my vegetarian husband and my mother who eats meat also tried it for their lunch and it was a hit! thanks so much for posting, i have been craving eggs and that’s bad.. really easy to pre make in the morning and then just prep at lunch time when you are in a rush! i’ll definitely make this again!

  • i can’t wait to try this for my work lunch when i return to work from self isolating! i struggle on what easy things to make on work days so super happy to have accidentally found this..

  • I’m soooo making this Anjie. TY for sharing. I miss sandwiches. I do! lazy chick pea sandwich day here I come. 😉 are you guys on snapchat? if not please snap. it’s fun. Thanks again to both of you.:) GIANNA ♡
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  • Ok so this is actually PERFECTT omg it reminds me of the ones my grandma used to make me the green onion the celery everything is perfect.. recommend making this forsure <3 <3

  • I’m sure I speak for Japanese people everywhere when I say: you need to cut that crust off! Definitely don’t throw it away (eat it), but yeah. Cut the crust.

  • Omg I just made this and it is amazing!! You really need that black salt to make the eggy taste. Can’t wait to make these sandwiches for a vegan afternoon tea!

  • Why don’t vegans come up with names for their own food… if there is no egg, how can you call it an egg salad sandwich. Just curious, I can call a chipmunk a horse doesn’t make it a horse. Looks good though ��

  • Seems sooo good! Have to try it out! I could not find the celery salt anywhere =/, is that really important? Can i substitute it with something else? Thanksss

  • I can’t wait to try this….I have so many vegan recipes now all I can think about is what to cook next. My husband and I decided not to buy any more prepackaged or frozen vegan foods a couple of months ago so I started making everything from scratch I and I gave been having so much fun cooking so many variety of dishes. My husband told me you are doing such a great job everything you make taste so good. I thank the people coming up with these recipes you get to still enjoy the foods you grew up loving.

  • L.O.L. I can’t believe you mentioned those egg salad sandwiches, in Actinolite ON.. which were probably the one of the few things that has stopped me from going from vegetarian to vegan. I will absolutely make this. B.T.W. that place, not sure of its name, it’s on highway 7 just before the tweed turnoff. They now make veggie wraps!

  • Just made this and I couldn’t wait for it to mingle in the fridge, and it was fantastic. The rest of it is in the fridge mingling for tonight I sprinkled some paprika powder on top and added thinly sliced dill pickle slices and it as amazing. Thank you and greetings from the Yukon:)

  • Vegan for 31 years here. Not sure how I missed your channel but I have subscribed and I look forward to lots of new content. Cheers from the U.S.

  • I can see potential as a salad cream for a sweet potato salad or add a little spice to go in a cucumber and onion salad to accompany a curry.

  • Thank you for the recipe. It is so delicious. I put in two stalks of celery because I like extra veggies. I will definitely make this for the holiday parties this year. I don’t miss school either.:-)

  • OMG! This was so so good! I used medium tofu and it was so realisticalso added diced pickle and fresh dill. Amazing! So so yummy on a toasted everything bagel!

  • I tried this…somehow thinking that the tofu would still be wet and…well tofuy…but it was so delicious, this will become my favourite sandwich….Thank you

  • Just made this. I love it and I didn’t even let it sit for an hour before trying it. Omg so good!! Can’t wait to try it later once all the flavors meld together. ����

  • That looks really good and I really wanna try it. I’m not vegan but I am trying to be healthier so I’m always down for eating vegan and my brother and my mom are vegan so I love sending them your videos.

  • Thank you, nice vegan lady, I’m gonna rock this recipe this weekend. It better be good. 😉
    The song she was humming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRCe5L1imxg
    Okay I’m back, beautiful one. I made it, and OMG, it’s awesome!!! I substituted green olive brine, for the pickle brine, everything else was as per your recipe. In Burlington, VT, there’s a restaurant called Stone Soup, they made the best vegan egg salad sandwiches. This is as good as theirs without question. Thank you, I have subscribed with notifications, I gotta keep my eye on you!

  • I’ve been making these for about a year now….Yes and they are extremely good!!!  It took a bit to find someone selling the black salt in my area….it’s great for the eggy flavor, but even without, they are still pretty good!  I have served them countless times to egg eaters and they didn’t even know that they were not eating eggs!  LOL!!  It makes a fantastic sandwich without all the bad stuff (health-wise, animal abuse and torture & planet pollution).  I like your idea of the pickle brine….going to try adding some of that next time!!!  Good job for putting this out there for everyone to enjoy!!!

  • I just want to let you guys know you guys are my favorite you tubers! I really love the way you chose to spread the vegan message. I appreciate having the view from some people who are older (not to say young people don’t have valuable information as well!). So many people get so worked up and dramatic about ‘drama’ I love how level headed all of your responses are and funny!!!

  • I’m so going to make this! Being Celiac and vegan I’m always looking for lettuce roll ups because I’m not fond of gluten free breads. Thanks

  • I love your channel. It is so upbeat and straightforward. Thanks for that. Will definitely make this for lunch when I start working.

  • This looks great! And I’m with you on the weird noise thing. Any suggestion on making a vegan miracle whip? I hate the taste of mayo, which the store bought vegan versions also emulate.

  • Tried this today, my whole family LOVED it! I didn’t need to blend the egg salad at the end, because I broke up the Tofu into really small pieces so it was easier to mix. Deliciiousssss! Thank you! P.s my husband can’t stop talking about this egg salad to his friends lol

  • just tried this recipe and its dang good! I didn’t have the black salt on hand, but I still rocked it..haha…I appreciate the recipe and the inspiration to motivate me to make this and devour ALL of it! (used rye bread and it rocked my socks)

  • Thank you!!!
    Your skills as a presenter are so good. I will use your video as an example, in my writing class about how to be interesting. I really want you to know what this means: i have two ph.d. degrees, in philosophy and literature, and you are an awesome presenter. Another reason: i am absolutely not vegan, and i thunk i am a good cook, but your video is so enticing that i will try it for my wife (a vegan), which means i will give it a taste. If you want to know what i think (my wife too?) let me know!! But either way, your video is now part of my class for learning to be interesting. Thank you again.

  • That looks so good! (New Vegan here.) This will be my first attempt at using tofu got the ingredients on the shopping list. I love your Funko Pop people in the window BTW.

  • Thank you so much for using black salt, I don’t know why more vegans don’t use it in things that they want to taste eggy since it’s perfect for that