Harissa is a spicy Middle Eastern condiment flavored with cumin, caraway, and chiles. In this dish, its flavors are deconstructed in a mildly spicy and sweet dressing. Ancho chile powder or crushed red pepper flakes may be substituted for the Aleppo pepper.
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This is a delicious salad. The dressing was wonderful and easy to make. I used mint from my garden and really enjoyed the mint and arugula combination. It was a very rich salad and next time I will use less dressing and cheese.
This was really good - I went lighter on the number of pita chips, and also used Trader Joe's sweet and spicy red peppers instead of regular peppers. It had a wonderful mix of spices, refreshing, meatiness from the chickpeas, and crunchiness from the chips. Next time I'm going to bake the pita chips myself, I think they will be better in texture for a salad than the ones I bought.
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