Tropical Chickpea Salad has been my go-to salad for lunches and potlucks for years. You can make it ahead of time and refrigerate it until ready to eat. Plus it will keep well for several days. I suggest making a double batch of Tropical Chickpea Salad to bring to parties. It’s always a hit!
I’ve been making this salad for years and never get tired of it.
I really love it when I go to a party and discover someone has brought it to share!
If you aren’t a fan of avocados, try substituting tomatoes instead.
Leave it out or use a different herb, such as mint or parsley.
This recipe is very flexible.
I enjoy eating this salad on its own or over a bed of lettuce.
My friend Anna, enjoys it on toast. Check out her version here.
Anyway you serve it, this recipe is very quick and easy.
If you’re not sure how to cut a mango, check out the video in my recipe post for Mango Avocado Salsa.
As you can see, I really love mangoes and avocados together!
They are two of my favorite ingredients.
Although I have to admit, I’m a big fan of anything that includes avocado.
In fact, it’s my motto:
Anyway, I hope you enjoy this Tropical Chickpea Salad. And I highly recommend you bring it to your next social gathering!
And if you like this salad, you may also enjoy Middle Eastern Bean Salad (Balela).
And for more mango-avocado recipes, check out Chunky Mango Avocado Salsa.
I also think you’ll enjoy a Spicy Sushi Bowl.
What’s your favorite chickpea salad recipe? Please let me know in the comments!
Check out this quick video and see how easy it is to make Tropical Chickpea Salad!
Now let’s make my favorite Tropical Chickpea Salad!
Tropical Chickpea Salad
Tropical Chickpea Salad is wonderful on its own or served on a bed of lettuce. It's also a fantastic side dish. This recipe is easy to make and is naturally vegan and gluten free.
- Combine all the ingredients and chill until ready to serve. Enjoy!
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