How to make vegan "chicken" mayo sarmie with chickpeas - Medshield Movement

How to make vegan “chicken” mayo sarmie with chickpeas

This is such an easy recipe to make and it will feed a crowd! Plus, most ingredients can be kept in your pantry. Keep this on hand for easy summer lunches.

What You Need:
1 x tin chickpeas, rinsed and drained
¼ cup roasted seeds (sunflower or pumpkin), chopped
¼ small red onion, very finely chopped or 4 x spring onions very finely chopped
1 tbsp finely chopped herbs (parsely, basil, coriander – your choice)
3-4 tbsp vegan mayonnaise (or hummus for lower-calorie)
1 small avocado, chopped
Squeeze of fresh lemon juice
Pinch Salt
Pinch Freshly ground black pepper
Pinch chilli flakes
Bread of your choice: wholewheat, seed loaf, sourdough or rye

Method:
1/ Mash chickpeas with a fork until slightly smushed, but still a little chunky.
2/ Add the seeds, onion, herbs, mayo or hummus and avo. Mix altogether.
3/ Add lemon juice and seasoning to taste.
4/ Cut two slices of breads and either make open sandwiches or classic sarmies. Enjoy!

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