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Mediterranean Zucchini and Chickpea Salad

Mediterranean Zucchini and Chickpea Salad

  • April 01, 2021
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Rating: 4 stars07/22/2014

Very nice salad. Definitely mix the dressing ingredients separately as noted by other reviewers. I took it to a party and served it on shredded lettuce. I’m now using the leftovers in tossed salad.

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(14)Rating: 5 stars08/20/2014

My husband made this last night with only a couple of substitutions – I don’t care for chickpeas so he used great northern beans instead roma tomatoes from our garden instead of grape tomatoes and we didn’t have white balsamic vinegar so he used a little regular balsamic and white vinegar combined. Delicious!!! We ate as a side dish with grilled chicken and it was a perfect meal. I brought some for lunch today and cannot wait to eat it.

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(13)Rating: 5 stars07/24/2013

Delicious, refreshing and hearty salad for the hot days of summer — and also an excellent gluten-free substitute for pasta salad. A larger portion is a meal in itself. I plan to make this Sunday afternoon for work lunches next week. Incidentally, I used red balsamic vinegar instead of white (because that’s what I had in the house) and it was still great.

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(7)Rating: 5 stars12/20/2016

Very good! Loved the pungent flavors of the feta and kalamata olives. Definitely only mix what you will eat with your meal and keep the rest of the salad and dressing separate until ready to eat again. Otherwise although the taste is fine it looks very unappealing after sitting in the fridge overnight.

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(5)Rating: 5 stars06/27/2015

This was EPIC!!! I used regular balsamic and regular oregano because my grocery store and my cabinet are both pretty basic. Even with those changes this salad was a home run.

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(4)Rating: 5 stars07/07/2014

mix the dressing separately, then add to the salad. let marinade in fridge for a couple hours for the best flavors, very good, will make again!

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(4)Rating: 5 stars05/26/2016

This recipe was SO GOOD it made me lose my mind. Bonkers. Yummy wow. I did make it larger & added the juice of a fresh lemon squeezed in…. Also I added some cucumber and used 50/50 Balsamic / Champagne vinegar in the dressing (because that’s what I had on hand). MIND BLOWN – delicious!

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(3)Rating: 5 stars08/31/2016

I would not make a single change. This recipe has a very surprising fresh taste from so few ingredients. I would recommend not eating it until flavors have blended so perhaps let it meld for overnight. I am most definitely making this a staple favourite in our household. The whole family “loved” it.

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(3)Rating: 5 stars06/23/2015

Tasty. I followed the recipe the first time I made this delicious salad. The second time I used black beans instead of chick peas. Also delicious. This is tasty for lunch and a quick snack at any time of the day. Good with an assortment of olive oils and balsamic vinegars..I have mixed orange olive oil with blackberry ginger and cider vinegar. Tasty and healthy.

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