I often describe these chickpea pancakes to people who have not had it before as a flat version of the South Asian onion bhaji aka pakoras. I decided to enhance my plain chickpea pancakes with wild garlic, but if you can't find wild garlic where you are, feel free to substitute with spinach, rocket or any other soft leafy green that takes your fancy, maybe even a herb like coriander, parsley, mint or chives!
These chickpea pancakes are shallow fried in a wide pan. When I am impatient, I enjoy eating them, especially hot straight from the pan, but they are best warm dipped in a homemade chutney. I must say though, they are not so good cold. For more wild garlic recipes, please follow this link on my blog for inspiration.