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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Elijah Koller 8 months ago
These aren’t the best chicken nuggets I’ve had but they were OK. I would say that they make really good falafel
Marina Andrews a year ago
good i would totally make it again
Jenna Nicole a year ago
If i make these again i would leave out the liquid smoke... i used bread crumbs vs cornmeal ... i would give this a 6.5/10 not quite my flavor but still good
Cassandra a year ago
Not bad for my first time trying a battered/fried recipe like this. A bit soft in the centre but nice and crispy on the outside. I didn't have cornmeal so I substituted semolina and that seemed to work ok.
Dana Brand a year ago
This is one of my absolute favorite recipes. It's a bit messy to make but so worth it!
Denise 2 years ago
Loved these!! Followed the recipe exactly you don't need to change a thing❤️❤️❤️
Monica Balladares 2 years ago
Good I just couldn’t blend the chick peas since I don’t have my food processor but even with the chunk of chick peas they were delicious
Sophie 2 years ago
a bit tasteless for the amount of effort put in.
GEEt 2 years ago
Turned out great! I subbed the artichoke with tinned lentils and I used chia seeds instead of flaxseeds. Turned out great - especially dipped in sweet chili sauce. Thanks 😊
Benjamin McDonald 3 years ago
these were way too mushy to be formed. they taste good, but nothing like chockem nuggets. more like a yummy fried bread that has an amazing texture. 2/5 wil only make again with a tweaked recipe.
Jaimie S. 4 years ago
I don't have a food processor, so I used a blender for short intervals. The artichoke and chickpeas were chopped as directed, but it turned out too mushy anyway. I used 1 teaspoon of the liquid smoke, which was too much for my taste. I'd recommend 1/2 teaspoon.