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With toddler eating patterns taking full force in our house, I like hand-held items more often than not. This fritter sandwich was slightly born out of a combination that was requested by the two year-old: chickpea fritters and hummus. My child loves hummus and would dip anything in it- case in point, it was watermelon yesterday. But I love the idea of using two components, ones I would normally make ahead of time in a lunch, that are easy to throw together. Really any combination of fritters/vegetable cakes with hummus/any kind of spread would work. Print
Hearty sandwiches featuring easy-to-make chickpea fritters and homemade hummus. Perfect for a weekend lunch or lunch using leftovers.
- 4 chickpea fritters
- 1/4 cup hummus
- 1 to 2 handfuls baby spinach
- 1/2 ounce crumbled feta
- 2 Flatout Ancient Grains Fold-its
- Make chickpea fritters and hummus according to directions. Save out 4 chickpea patties and ¼ cup hummus to use on these sandwiches.
- Assemble the sandwiches with 1 tablespoon hummus, a handful of spinach, two chickpea fritters, more hummus, and a sprinkle of feta.
Tips & Tricks: the chickpea fritters and hummus can be made the day before. The fritters won’t be as crisp but they work well in this sandwich.
Stock up: get the pantry ingredients you will need: chickpeas, spinach, hummus
Chickpea Fritter Sandwich
A couple of my favorite combinations outside the chickpea fritter/hummus combination includes cauliflower cakes with white bean dip and sweet corn fritters with harissa (or even harissa hummus.)
Fritters: Any leftover fritter will work in this wrap. I like to make a batch of vegetable cakes on the weekend and use throughout the week for sandwiches, salads, and grain bowls. A couple of my favorites include these corn fritters and these cauliflower cakes.
Spreads: Beyond hummus, I’ll use any leftover spread or dip on my sandwiches. A couple favorites include harissa, carrot dip, or white bean dips.
Greens: swap the spinach for lettuce or kale- I usually use whatever I happen to have on hand.
Disclosure: This recipe was created in partnership with Flatout Flatbreads. All thoughts and opinions are my own. It’s content like this that helps me keep this site running to provide the vegetarian recipes you see every week. |