Syn Free Paprika and Chilli Chickpeas | Slimming World

These Syn Free Paprika and Chilli Chickpeas are my favourite accompaniment to a homemade curry. Filling and satisfying, they add another flavour and texture to a curry whilst still being syn free and delicious.
Syn Free Paprika and Chilli Chickpeas | Slimming World

Why not try them with our Syn Free Easy Chicken Curry.

This recipe will serve 6 people as a side dish, but can be eaten as a quick lunch dish or as a the main part of a meal between less people.

Frylight is perfect for these Syn Free Paprika and Chilli Chickpeas.

Syn Free Paprika and Chilli Chickpeas | Slimming World

You can use the Olive Oil or Sunflower Oil ones. But, if you’re feeling a bit daring why not give the Coconut one a go, or better still the Chilli or Garlic infused ones!!

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Syn Free Paprika and Chilli Chickpeas | Slimming World

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  1. Spray a frying pan with Frylight and cook the onion on a low heat until soft
  2. Add the drained chickpeas, paprika, chilli flakes, sukrin gold and salt and heat through
  3. Serve while still warm


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