Hey FODMAPers and Friends.
Last night I whipped up the most ah-mazing tacos…roasted chickpea tacos! I seasoned the chickpeas with Casa de Sante’s Chili Seasoning, a nice blend of chili powder, cayenne pepper, paprika, cumin, hing (asafoetida), and oregano. I drizzled the chickpeas with a little garlic infused olive oil and added just a sprinkle of sea salt and then roasted them up!
Roasted chickpeas are my new favorite treat! They are a great plant based protein that is fiber rich…and are so reasonably priced!
Just remember the low FODMAP limit of chickpeas is 1/4 cup portion of canned chickpeas!
Today’s post is a sponsored post from my friends at Casa de Sante. I love the opportunity to create fun recipes with Casa de Sante’s delicious spice blends. 🙂
To save time, I roasted the chickpeas on the middle rack in the oven and placed the corn tortillas on the bottom rack to lightly toast them. If you haven’t used soft corn tortillas before…they are so delicious. Just don’t over-cook or the tacos will not bend and they will be a bit more challenging to eat!
These tacos were super yummy with the chili seasoned roasted chickpeas alone…but you can also opt to top your taco with roasted shrimp, grilled chicken or a combo of suitable protein rich options. My son and husband, added shrimp, chicken AND the roasted chickpeas on top of their tortillas.
For a 20% discount off of Casa de Sante products, use the coupon code: KATE. Enjoy!
Roasted Chickpea Tacos
- Serves 6-8, serving size 2 tacos
- 1, 16 ounce can chickpeas, drained and rinsed
- 1/2 teaspoon Casa de Sante Chili Seasoning Mix
- 1 teaspoon garlic infused oil
- sea salt, to taste
- 12-16 (soft) corn tortillas
- 2 cups baby lettuce greens
- 1 red pepper, deseeded and sliced into bite size pieces
- 1 green pepper, deseeded and sliced into bite size pieces
- 1/2 cup lactose free sour cream (or sub in plain Greek yogurt, if you tolerate it)
- 1/2 cup finely shredded Cheddar Jack cheese
- 1/4 cup cilantro, chopped, optional
- 1 fresh lime, sliced into wedges
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
- Add chickpeas to a rimmed baking sheet.
- Using paper towel, dry off any liquid from chickpeas.
- Add chili seasoning, oil and sea salt to chickpeas.
- Using basting brush, spread seasoning and olive over chickpeas.
- Roast chickpeas in preheated oven on middle rack for 15 minutes, stirring after about 6 minutes of cooking time.
- Add tortillas to bottom rack in oven to warm, about 2 minutes on each side or warm up in a large skillet over medium heat until each side of the tortilla is lightly browned but the tortilla is still pliable.
- To serve, layer about 1/4 cup lettuce, followed by 1-2 tablespoons chopped red and green pepper, a dollop of lactose free sour cream, a sprinkle of cheese, 2 tablespoons roasted chickpeas, cilantro, if using, followed by a squeeze of fresh lime juice.
7 replies on “Roasted Chickpea Tacos“
Do you have a recipe for low FODMAP granola. All the GF ones I’ve found contain honey.
Yes, search granola in the search bar on the right side of the blog home page–mid way down.
Great taco suggestion! Glad to know chickpeas are fodmap friendly in small quantities.
I’m wondering if Garden of Life Organic Raw Protein Powder is considered low fodmap? I love smoothies for breakfast or lunch but I’m not sure if they are safe.
Sorry for the delay, Amanda. Feel free to send the ingredients of the raw protein powder–and I can take an educated guess for you.
First, I want to thank you for the work you put into your website and educating others about the FODMAP diet. I was diagnosed with IBS about 10 years ago. I’ve recently gone through a bad flare-up and have been feeling terrible the past few months. I really couldn’t determine what was triggering my symptoms. I have been doing the FODMAP elimination diet for almost three weeks now and I feel so much better. I’m so grateful for your site and others who share their knowledge and experience with this diet. It has helped me tremendously. Thank you!
Here is the information about the protien powder I was curious about:
I would not recommend that product –too many untested ingredients. You can check out my Pinterest board for other protein powder recommendations + other brandname ideas: https://www.pinterest.com/katescarlta/your-fodmap-kitchen/
Ok, thanks for checking into it!
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