You like chickpeas? I love chickpeas! Also known as garbanzo beans, which always sounds to me a little like a Muppet character.
You drain and rinse a can of chickpeas, put them in a towel or some paper towels, and dry them completely. You pick some sage, the bigger the leaves the better. Heat some vegan margarine in a skillet, put the chickpeas and sage in, dust them with salt and pepper or seasoned salt or salt-free seasoning, and cook them, stirring occasionally, until the chickpeas are browned and the sage is crispy.
It’s pretty dry, unless you go crazy-go-nuts with the margarine, so they’re better as a munchy snack or as a side with something kind of goopy or greasy.
And that’s why this particular batch was not vegan or kosher. Cover your ears. *It was cooked in the pan in which I cooked pork bratwurst.* –Oh! Your eyes! I meant cover your eyes! Is it too late? Sorry about that.
Anyway, this was really really really good. And it’s good when it’s cooked clean, too.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: A character cooks something in an offensive way.