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Chickpea, Egg and Herb Salad with Parmesan Crisps

Total time: 20 minutes
     A simple salad, but full of flavor from the herbs and tapenade.  The Parmesan Crisps, made from puff pastry with a bit of oil and Parmesan, are so delicious no one will believe they're so simple to make. 

Chickpea, Egg and Herb Salad with Parmesan Crisps Ingredients:

 Instructions:

Parmesan Crisps                                                                        Time:  15 minutes plus 5 earlier  
   Easy to make and a great way to use up the leftover bits of puff pastry.  You could also make them sweet: brush with melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar; serve for dessert with coffee.  I have no idea how long they will keep... We ate them all!  I ignored the fact that my pastry was actually a semi-circle and sliced the crisps from the 'straight' edge.  I was able to use almost all of it....

puff pastry Ingredients:

 Instructions:

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   Nutrition Information
 
Chickpea Salad
Recipe serves 2 
          Entire Recipe / per serving
Calories:  750 / 375
Total Carbohydrates:  56 / 28
          Dietary Fiber:  10 / 5
Total Fat:  45 / 22.5
         Saturated Fat:  9 / 4.5
Cholesterol:  550 / 275
Protein:  28 / 14
Calcium:  145 / 72.5
Sodium:  1113 / 556.5

   Nutrition Information
   
Parmesan Crisps
Recipe serves 2 
         
Entire Recipe / per serving
Calories:  616 / 308
Total Carbohydrates:  43 / 21.5
          Dietary Fiber: 3 / 1.5
Total Fat: 42 / 21
         Saturated Fat:  12 / 6
Cholesterol:  12 / 6
Protein:  15 / 7.5
Calcium:  177 / 88.5
Sodium:   828 / 414

General Technical Details and Disclaimer:

Measurements in this color are actual measurements used for calculation.  If there are no values the nutritional numbers were simply too small.

I try to be accurate, but I do not guarantee it.  I use 'grams' as the unit of weight; with an approximate conversion to ounces.

My information comes from my own digital, computerized scale and the USDA Nutrient Data Library: http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/