This dish goes by many names depending on what part of the world you live in. Most commonly known in the United States as chickpea fries or chickpea fritter.
These butternut squash potstickers are a perfect option if you’re looking for a vegetarian appetizer. They are crispy, salty and sweet. I fold them in half, put some cheese in it and eat it like a taco.
This is a variation of the Tortilla Española. A thick Spanish omelette traditionally made with potatoes poached in olive oil. It’s often served at room temperature and cut into small pieces for appetizers. Substituting potato chips for the olive oil poached potatoes offers a quick and tasty shortcut. There are countless ingredients that can go into this omelette or just slice it into large pieces and eat it with bacon.
Both the hummus and the lemons should be made the day before so the ingredients have time to come together. See the recipe notes below for garnishing ideas and a…