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Roasted peach with Chickpeas salad

Grilled Peach Salad

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Roasted Peach, Cherry tomato, fenugreek leaves with chickpeas is healthy & Juicy salad. It is dressed with roasted garlic vinegar olive oil for tangy taste. This is fresh and delicious.

Roasted peaches release all that fruity flavour. Fenugreek leaves provides good source of iron, it helps to control the hormonal level of insulin in the blood.

Serves: 2-3
Preparation time: 10mins
Baking time: 10-13mins

Ingredients:

  • Red onions-2(halved and sliced)
  • Red Cherry tomatoes-10num
  • Orange cherry tomatoes-10num
  • Deseeded and sliced peaches- 5num
  • Sliced Garlic -4cloves
  • Fenugreek leaves-1/2cup
  • Chickpeas/ garbanzo beans-1can (drained and rinsed thoroughly)
  • Olive oil-2tbsp +for coating
  • Cider vinegar-1tbsp
  • Crushed pepper, salt-as per taste

Procedure:

  • Pre-heat the oven at 180 deg c, line and grease the baking tray.
  • Place sliced onions, red and orange cherry tomatoes, garlic, peaches, drizzle with oil , season with salt, pepper and roast for 12-15minutes and after 15minutes place fenugreek leaves and roast for another 3-5minutes.
  • In a bowl add olive oil, vinegar, pepper mix well add roasted tomatoes, peaches, garlic, onion, fenugreek leaves and garbanzo beans/chickpeas and give it a toss to combine well.

Serve immediately

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About Chitra Jagadish

My passion is Cooking & love exploring healthy recipes. This blog is all about sharing 'Recipes for Healthy living', which are my experiments at home.

Posted on July 10, 2014, in International, Salad/Wraps, Soups, Salad and Wraps and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.

  1. Delicious salad. My pug Nando has diabetes and I give him capsules of fenugreek, cinnamon and some other herbs to help control his blood sugar levels so that I give him less insulin. It really does work.

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  2. This salad looks too good Chitra, I liked the Peaches in it…..

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  3. Love flavorful Salads 🙂

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  4. Like the fenugreek addition in salad

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  5. Now this is so healthy even..I think I should substitute one of my meals with a bowl of salad …

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  6. Chickpeas are my favorite legumes and roasted peaches yum. Thanks for stopping by my little blog. Be well, Tracey

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  7. This salad looks divine. Thanks so much for visiting and liking my travel blog. I’ll love looking through yours.

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  8. I stopped on this one to comment, you might very well convert me into a vegetarian. Because I´m drooling right now with so many salads on sight. I can defend myself quite good in the kitchen and since my health problems I do like to know healthy food, or to be honest sometimes I skip the healthy, you have to get some fun once in a while. But there is also healthy and fun, and I´m looking at it. I think I can manage to do a plate like these. I´ll take a picture if one day I have time to pick the exact ingredients, and then show off. Who said guys weren´t good in the kitchen. I have to prove people wrong 🙂

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    • Glad you started liking Vegetarian food. Men can cook better than women, which is proven….Wait to see your salad pic..take care

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      • I like vegetarian food ofcourse, but I have to have my meat also. A bit here and a bit there. Balance is always good. I did send the link to a friend who she is a very strict vegetarian and still calls me a heartless person for eating meat. What can I do? I liked the salad section because I saw that you did get in quite some proteins and vitamines essential to our well being.

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      • Nice to know…Many thanks for sharing it with your friend…Your support is truely appreciated

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  9. I’m so glad you stopped by my site, which led me back to you! I’m always bouncing back and forth between healthier recipes and well – those not so good, and there’s a lot of inspiration here! I really like how you give a few tips on your posts about the healthy aspects of the food you make!

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