Buttoni's Low-Carb Recipes

Chick Pea Tabouleh Salad

Posted on: August 23, 2018

When I got home from a doctor’s appointment and the grocery store today, the chicken legs I bought on sale sounded so good I baked off 4 of them for lunch.  Needed something green to have with them and decided my fresh bunch of parsley and cut cucumber in the fridge would make a nice Middle Eastern salad.  Had a can of chick peas in the pantry and added a few of those to make this salad a bit more substantial.  DELICIOUS!

This recipe is suitable once you reach the legumes level of Atkins Phase 2 carb re-introduction ladder.  Although chick peas, also known as garbanzo beans, are a little carby, they are low on the glycemic load index, so they have little impact on your blood glucose maintenance.  Therefore they are one of the healthiest dried beans you can eat, if you eat beans at all.

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INGREDIENTS:

1 c. parsley, chopped

½ c. cucumber, chopped

½ c. canned chick peas, drained

1 T. fresh lemon juice

1 clove minced garlic

1 T. green onion, chopped fine

3 T. extra virgin olive oil

½ c. finely diced tomato

1/8 tsp. each sea salt and coarse black pepper

DIRECTIONS:  Chop vegetables and place in medium decorative serving bowl.  Add all remaining ingredients and stir to mix well.  Serve at once with your desired meat.

NUTRITIONAL INFO:   Makes 4 servings each containing:

138 cals, 10.7g fat, 9.65g carbs, 2.3g fiber, 7.35g NET CARBS, 2.32 g protein, 188 mg sodium

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