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We’re excited for a new month of the Feel Good Foodie Cooking Challenge! In December you helped us generate 66 new ratings and over 53 new comments on the Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies — thank you so much! We were able to give a financial donation to Toys for Tots, while also awarding one of you a $100 gift card for participating. Thank you so much for joining us and for all of the photos and tags on social media!
Are you new to the Feel Good Foodie Cooking Challenge? Join us each month to make the recipe of the month, leave a rating and a comment for the recipe on the post, and you’ll help us toward our donation for our selected charity of the month and be entered to win some fun prizes!
JANUARY RECIPE: CHICKPEA ‘TUNA’ SALAD
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Thank you all for joining us on the January Cooking Challenge! You helped us generate over 207 recipe ratings and over 100 new comments so we were able to donate $210 to No Kid Hungry this month! We randomly selected Eman Alrefai as our Air Fryer winner and our team will be in touch through email to get you your gift. If you’re looking for what we’ll be cooking in February, head on over to the February Cooking Challenge!
Made this for lunch today, and it was delicious! Didn’t have a shallot or fresh dill so I swapped in ⅓ of a finely diced red onion and some fresh parsley. Threw in some capers and a bit of their juice, YUM. Thanks for a fabulous recipe!
Oo, capers sound amazing in this! Great idea!
Would this work with regular plain yogurt?
Hi Reem! It will! It might be a little less creamy than if you had used Greek yogurt, but it will still be yummy! Hope you enjoy!
This recipe is mind blowing! I have replaced Tuna with sprouted moong as I am vegetarian. The taste is amazing.
Wow!! Thank you so much, Niki. I am so glad you liked it!
I love toasts (avocado, salmon, tuna etc) and this was just another yummy toast that I made with Trader Joe’s sourdough bread. Easy to make and very yummy. I sprinkled with parsley instead of dill.
Yum! You can not go wrong with sourdough, that’s for sure!
So quick and easy to whip up! This turned out delicious, I’ll first enjoy with crackers and then maybe on toast for tomorrows lunch. I feel like this is a hit to keep me out of a lunch slump!
Woohoo! So glad to hear that you like it!
Made this last night! Quick and easy and loved. A little left over that I’m sure will taste even better tonight! Soooo Good 😀
Glad you liked it, Lee! The flavors do enhance overnight! Enjoy!
Made this dish, loved it. Enjoyed eating it as a spread on a slice of bread. It seems to smell like tuna each time I opened up the container I stored it in. Guess why it was called Chickpea ‘Tuna’ Salad. I left out the celery as my husband is allergic to it, added a spicy seasoning and some hot sauce to it. I didn’t have fresh dill so used dried dill. I will make this again.
Ooo, I bet the heat was a lovely addition! Love that idea!
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