Sprout can be just about anything-seeds, grains, legumes, and chickpeas are no exception. The process though is long, but interesting. I suggest you remember biology class, where we germinate and beans to try sprouting chickpeas, but at the same time and enjoy a very healthy salad from it! Welcome aboard!
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Dry chickpeas, soak in cold drinking water in the ratio of 1:4 and leave for the day. During this time water a couple of times to change.
The water is drained, and spread chickpeas in a single layer between two layers of cloth soaked with drinking water. Put in a warm place for a day and watching what fabric was all the time wet.
For the filling: grate garlic on a fine grater. Mix all ingredients. To taste seasoning with salt and pepper.
Mix all the ingredients of the salad, add the dressing and again all peremeshaem. Let the salad to stand for about an hour. Sprinkle with your favorite herbs and bring to the table!