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Synonyms for chickpea

the seed of the chickpea plant

Asiatic herb cultivated for its short pods with one or two edible seeds

large white roundish Asiatic legume

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These are said to include kippers and scrambled egg, ham and lentil soup and stottie cakes (a heavy doughy bread) with pease pudding (a chick-pea type of filling.
Earlier this year, Israelis, who are also passionate about the smooth chick-pea spread, produced the 4,090-kilogram portion of hummus made by 50 chefs and put in a six-meter satellite dish.
Officials at the Foods Standard Agency have taken the rare step after environmental health officers found a shocking catalogue of hazards and filthy conditions at a chick-pea canning factory.
One of the pulses widely used in today's cuisine is the chick-pea, which is actually a bean that looks like a hazelnut.
The shop's teddy bears, with raw chick-pea or spelt husk fillings are safe for children to play with too.