I rarely repeat recipes. It’s not that I don’t like to eat the same things over and over again, because I do. But there are too many new dishes to try, not enough meals in a day, days in a year. And I love eating leftovers, so typically cook in quantities that last us for lunches for a few days, which is almost the same thing as cooking a dish over and over again (right?). That’s not to say there aren’t things I make semi-regularly, but I like to do variations and generally switch things up.
But these chickpea pizza balls. So versatile, so pantry friendly, so delicious. I whipped them up originally to make meatball subs after baking some hoagie-style rolls. Then a couple weeks later I made them again and threw them on a pizza. I made them for a spaghetti and chickpea balls dinner. A bit after that I made them to stuff into some freshly baked pretzel rolls. If I want to eat them that regularly in a few months, maybe you will too….