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Nutritional information

332kcal
Calories
38g
Carbohydrates
18.5g
Protein
13g
Fat
2.5g
Saturated Fat
14mg
Cholesterol
626mg
Sodium
7g
Fiber
12g
Sugar
9
Blue Smart Points
Green Smart Points
4
Purple Smart Points
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Za’atar Roasted Carrot and Chickpea Yogurt Bowls

Healthy, Clean, Whole Food Recipes By Keto4X

Roasted Carrots and Chickpeas seasoned with za’atar and served over Greek yogurt with lemony kale makes a wonderful side dish or meatless main!

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  • Serves 4

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Prep Time: 10min   |   Cook Time: 45min   |  Serves: 4

I’ve been on a meatless kick lately, and it’s not really intentional – I just love my veggies! Carrots are the best roasted in the oven, and adding chickpeas and za’atar makes them over-the-top good! Some of my other favorite carrot recipes are Roasted Rainbow Carrots with Ginger and Roasted Carrots with Feta Truffle & Lemon Zest.,Roasted Carrots and Chickpeas seasoned with za’atar and served over Greek yogurt with lemony kale makes a wonderful side dish or meatless main!,I teamed up with Stonyfield to make this recipe and used their organic whole milk Greek yogurt. Since this was a vegetarian main dish, and all the ingredients are pretty light I went with full fat rather than fat-free, which is so much tastier and creamier, less tangy and a great source of protein. Chickpeas are a good source of fiber and protein, and Greek yogurt has a ton of protein. Did you know that all proteins from milk deliver the amino acid nutrients that match human requirements better than plant proteins? For this reason, they are often called the highest protein quality – and incorporating these proteins into meals and recipes gives your dish a nutritious boost!,Yogurt: If you prefer to use fat-free yogurt instead, that’s fine too.,Carrots: If you can find multi-colored baby carrots, great. I bought mine at Trader Joe’s. If not, thinner farmers’ market carrots would work too. If you can only find large carrots, just slice them in half lengthwise.,Kale: I prefer Lacinato kale (also called dinosaur kale and Tuscan kale). Lacinato is more tender than curly kale, but curly will work if you can’t find Lacinato. The most important step when working with raw kale is to massage it in a little bit of dressing. Massaging the kale breaks it down and makes it softer. For this recipe, just massage the kale with some olive oil, lemon juice, and salt for a couple of minutes until the kale turns a darker shade of green.,Greek Chicken Meal Prep Rice Bowls,Mediterranean Sea Bass,Mediterranean Bean Salad,Spiralized Mediterranean Beet and Feta Skillet Bake,Mediterranean Chicken Kebab Salad

 

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Steps

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Drain chickpeas in a colander, or salad spinner and transfer to a plate lined with paper towels Let them dry completely

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Place carrots and chickpeas on the prepared sheet pan and drizzle with 2 tablespoons of olive oil, Za’atar, salt and black pepper.

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Bake until the carrots are crisp-tender and browned, about 40 to 45 minutes, turning halfway.

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While they are cooking, slice the kale into 1/4-inch thin ribbons and place in a large bowl. Toss with 1/2 tablespoon olive oil, lemon juice and 1/4 teaspoon salt.

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Massage the kale with your hands for about 1 to 2 minutes, until soft.

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In 4 shallow bowls, swoosh 1/2 cup yogurt in the bottom of each.

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While the carrots are still hot, transfer over the yogurt and season with more salt and lemon zest.

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Scatter the chickpeas over each dish and drizzle the remaining oil, top with kale and crumbled feta

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Bobby Ryan

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