Vegan Chickpea Spread

Egg freeGluten freeYeast freeCowLow CarbNut freeWithout industrial sugarProtein sourceVeganVegetarian

Last week, I tried to create a vegan, seed free bread spread with a liver sausage taste.  Yeeeeeeeees I know, vegan is vegan and liver sausage is liver sausage. And hey, I think it should stay like that. I have empathy for anyone who decided to go vegan or vegetarian and I can understand if someone doesn’t.

I am quite neutral when it comes to this topic and I think that’s a good thing;-) Following my motto: “The most important thing is that it’s healthy, has a good quality and tastes well.”

And now let’s start with the vegan spread.

Oopps, I almost forgot something: If you don’t tolerate chickpeas, simply use 180g of kidney beans. And if you have an intolerance for kidney beans, simply use 180g of chickpeas.

In addition you’ll need a sterile glass that you cans seal.

Vegan Chickpea Spread

  • 120g dried chickpeas *Optional: Cooked ones in a glass*
  • 120g smoked tofu
  • 60g kidney beans
  • 1 onion
  • 1 tea spoon mayoram
  • 1/2 tea spoon of thyme
  • 1/2 tea spoon of smoked salt
  • 1 tea spoon of chopped leafy parsley
  • Olive oil *According to your desired consistency* 


***If you decided to use the cooked chickpeas from the glass, simply skip point 1***

  1. Let the chickpeas soak on water over night and boil them for 1 hour on the next day.
  2. Pour the chickpeas into a sieve and let them drain. 
  3. Peel and dice the onion. Dice the tofu as well.
  4. Brown the onion dices within 1 tablespoon of olive oil, add the mayoram and turn off the heat. 
  5. Give the chickpeas and the beans into a blender and process everything for about 1 minute. 
  6. Add the onions, the tofu and the remaining herbs and continue to blend until you have a creamy consistency. 
  7. Season with salt, some olive oil and blend everything one last time. 

Fill the spread into a sterile glass, seal it and store it in the fridge. It will last un-opened in the fridge for about 2 weeks.


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