Extra optional toppings:
• Avocado slices
• Lime wedges
• Fresh cilantro
1. Heat olive oil in a large pan and add onions and bell peppers. Cook for 5 minutes until onions and peppers begin to soften.
2. Add chickpeas and seasonings.
3. Heat through and cook until peppers are soft.
4. Heat tortilla, then add chickpea mixture. Top with fresh squeezed lime, cilantro and any extra toppings desired.
I taught this class virtually in a corporate wellness class. My son came in to taste test (photo below)! He always loves these!
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