All these BBQ Chickpea Wraps are a simple and quick lunch for work or meal on the go! They are served with a creamy ranch dressing and also quite filling!
Recipes such as these are the very best kinds but they’re so unbelievably easy that it is sort of like how do I never get this in my own recipe prior to now?
This recipe came about out of a craving for bbq chickpeas, a desire for a fast dinner and a great deal of additional lettuce. And then 15 minutes later that effortless wrap has been born.
There are a Few more reasons why I Really like this BBQ Chickpea Wrap:
- It is a simple lunch or picnic food
- It is also a fast dinner the very first time I ate it
- Great for on the move
- You don’t have to reheat it
- Very easy to create I served it with a simple homemade ranch dressing
I mean bbq and ranch dressing type of sense in hand to become honest. If you are not feeling up to making the dip, that is fine.
You can take a look at a vegan ranch dressing and then use this instead. I guarantee it’s totally delicious and also a sauce you will want to slather on pretty much anything.
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BBQ Chickpea Wraps with Ranch Dressing
- 2 cups lettuce, washed, rinsed and chopped
- 2 roma-tomatoes, finely chopped
- ⅔ cup cooked chickpeas
- juice of 1 lime
- 2 wraps
- 3 tbsp bbq-sauce
- 5 tbsp homemade oil-free ranch-dressing
For the BBQ Chickpeas
- In a small-pot over moderate heat, set the chickpeas and 2tbsp barbecue-sauce.
- Heat for approximately 5minutes till warm and the sauce gets tacky and coatings the chickpeas.
- Remove from the heat & coat with the remaining barbecue-sauce. If wanted, you can add more barbecue-sauce.
Assembling the Wraps
- Heat ½ tsp olive-oil or coconut-oil in a skillet over moderate heat.
- Put a wrapping at the heat for approximately 30minutes on each side to warm up or, microwave the wrapping for approximately 15-30minutes. Place onto a dish to assemble.
- Coating with bbq chickpeas, lettuce, tomato and ranch-dressing, then squeeze the juice from the lime above it all. Wrap-up, cut in half and then enjoy! You may even serve as ranch dressing on the side.