Healthy No-Cook Greek Chickpea Salad Pitas Recipe in Under 10 Minutes

Feb 1 2022
Who doesn't love a super-filling, no-cook recipe that they can throw together in minutes? This one is too easy… and it happens to be meatless! Grab that can of chickpeas from your pantry & put it to work.

Hungry Girl's Healthy Greek Chickpea Salad Pitas Recipe

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Entire recipe: 355 calories, 9.5g total fat (4.5g sat. fat), 889mg sodium, 56g carbs, 13g fiber, 6g sugars, 18g protein

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Prep: 10 minutes


1/2 cup canned chickpeas, drained and rinsed

1/4 cup chopped cucumber

1/4 cup chopped tomato

3 tbsp. tzatziki yogurt sauce (like the kind from Trader Joe’s)

2 tbsp. crumbled feta cheese

2 tbsp. finely chopped red onion

1 whole wheat pita, cut into 2 pockets

Optional: chopped fresh dill


In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients except pita bread. Stir well.

Spoon mixture into the pita halves.


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