Chickpea Curry Lettuce Wraps with Tamari-Lime Sliced Almonds

If you’ve ever made my Mock Chicken Salad you’ll already have an idea of how this dish is made – it’s the same process.  I set out to make the Mock Chicken Salad but I was feeling creative and wanted to change it up significantly.  I absolutely LOVE what I ended up with. SO delicious.  And, it’s really easy to make!! No cooking required for the filling.  Though, if you would like it warm and/or find raw celery and onion too crunchy or strong, feel free to sauté those first.  I made these for lunch on a fairly warm day but I think the warm/cooked filling would be nice on a chilly day or at dinner.  It’s up to you! Experiment….I did!

Feel free to use this filling for a sandwich instead of lettuce wraps.

They are only a garnish, so a small amount is used, but the Tamari-Lime Sliced Almonds are AMAZING here.

Chickpea Curry Lettuce Wraps w/Tamari-Lime Sliced Almonds
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If you love curry and chickpeas, this is the recipe for you! This flavorful, low-fat meal is a cinch to make!
Servings
6 wraps
Servings
6 wraps
Chickpea Curry Lettuce Wraps w/Tamari-Lime Sliced Almonds
Votes: 3
Rating: 5
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Print Recipe
If you love curry and chickpeas, this is the recipe for you! This flavorful, low-fat meal is a cinch to make!
Servings
6 wraps
Servings
6 wraps
Ingredients
Servings: wraps
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Instructions
  1. Pour rinsed/drained chickpeas into food processor bowl and pulse several times until you get a course crumble. Don't over process. We aren't making hummus.
  2. In medium bowl combine chickpeas with all the other ingredients, minus the almonds.
  3. Scoop chickpea filling into each piece of lettuce and sprinkle sliced almonds on top.
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