How to make:

Chickpea salad with pear and lemon

Healthy salad with lots of veggies and refreshing dressing



Prep Time
15 Minutes

Total time
15 Minutes

After the holidays, a healthy, yet delicious and satisfying salad is just what you need. With this recipe idea, you can whip up a great light lunch or perfect appetizer in minutes. The chickpeas are a great source of protein. The pear adds sweetness, while the zucchini and cucumber add crunch. The avocado provides healthy fats and adds creaminess. Topped off with spices like Ras el Hanout and cayenne pepper, this chickpea salad becomes irresistible! What I particularly like is that the different flavors become one and blend together, but with each bite another ingredient stands out. As I've said before with other dishes, salad doesn't have to be boring at all, with seasoning it becomes a great meal with many nutrients!
The ingredients are for two larger servings or 4 servings as an appetizer. Enjoy!

Ingredients for 2 servings / 4 servings chickpea salad:

1 Zucchini
1 Pear
Piece of red pepper
1 Can of chickpeas
1 Lemon
1/2 Cucumber
1 Avocado
100g Feta cheese
1tsp Ras el Hanout
1tsp Cayenne pepper
1-2 tbsp Parsley
Salt, pepper
Olive oil

For the yogurt sauce:

100g Plain yogurt
1tbsp Mint
Some soy sauce

Zucchini und Birne

1 Zucchini · 1 Pear · Oil · Salt · Pepper

First, dice the zucchini and pear and sauté with a little oil until the zucchini is soft. Then season with salt and pepper.


1 Can of chickpeas · 1 Lemon · Olive oil · Salt · Pepper · 1-2tbsp Parsley

Strain the chickpeas and season with the juice of one lemon and olive oil. Add salt, pepper and parsley.

Salat mischen

1/2 Cucumber · 1 Avocado · Piece of red pepper · 100g Feta cheese · 1tsp Ras el Hanout · 1tsp Cayenne pepper

Cut the rest of the vegetables and the feta cheese into small pieces and mix everything together. Finish the chickpea salad with Ras el Hanout and cayenne pepper.

Kichererbsensalat saure

100g Plain yogurt · 1tbsp Mint · Salt · Soy sauce

For the yogurt sauce, mix plain yogurt with mint, salt and a little soy sauce and drizzle over the finished salad.

Kichererbsensalat seitlich

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Conzuela

    Mal was anderes. Kichererbsen habe ich bisher noch nicht in einem Salat gegessen, probiere ich aber gerne auch mal aus.

    1. Luisa Zungenspitzengefühl

      Das würd mich freuen – schmeckt echt super!

  2. Hanna Weber

    Wow, dieser Salat sieht super aus! Den werde ich bestimmt in den nächsten Tagen einmal ausprobieren!
    Vielen Dank für die tollen Rezepte & Kochideen!

    1. Luisa Zungenspitzengefühl

      Das freut mich sehr, viel Glück liebe Hanna!

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