I put them in harira, a Moroccan soup with lentils, onion, parsley, cilantro, a little rice or vermicelli, chicken or lamb (optional), and choped tomates. Seasoned with ginger, pepper and saffron.
I cook them with tofu and spinach in a curry and serve over basmati rice. Ds LOVES this.
I cook them with chicken or lamb and many vegetables, seasoned with ginger, turmeric, pepper, and a tiny touch of cinnamon, and serve over couscous. Both dh and ds love this. If I don't have all the vegetables in the house, they are nice just with chicken and onions and garlic. I did them once without the veggies, and browned almonds in butter to sprinkle over the top. That was good too.
I have added them to tabbouleh. I have made a cold salad with just chickpeas and onions, with lemon juice, cumin, cayenne, garlic and olive oil for dressing.
In Morocco, they are served as "street food," just boiled up nice and soft and served with salt, cumin, and sudanya (like cayenne). People buy them wrapped in paper and pop them while riding the bus or what have you.
I love chickpeas. Of course, we also eat hummus and falafel, but you asked for whole recipes...