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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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Chickpeas are served in various forms in Rawalpindi including with some of the variants being Lahori chaney, roasted chickpeas, aloo chole, channey makhani, chikar chole, chicken channey, chole patoray and in some pasta dishes.
Serve on a drizzle of puree, delicately sprinkle the chickpeas and garnish with the crispy kale.
The pulse is usually planted late March to early April, timed with the warmth of spring, as chickpeas flourish in dry weather.
Canadian scientists were able to demonstrate that pea flour blends well with chickpea flour due to their compatible functional and pasting properties.
The public can't get enough of the black pepper and curry flavoured roasted chickpeas, with a string of delicatessens and independent grocery outlets now stocking them across the North East and repeat orders flooding in.
Tip in the chickpeas, along with their cooking water.
The stunning growth in production and exports of chickpeas developed & grown in Queensland, worth $793 million in 2016-17, is a testament to our work together.
Ingredients 3 tbsp coconut oil, 1 tsp freshly squeezed lemon juice, 2 tsp dried dill, 4 tsp onion powder, 1 tsp fine sea salt, 420g chickpeas, drained and rinsed.
That's why several mixologists have been incorporating aquafaba-the liquid from cooked beans (namely chickpeas or garbanzo beans)-in cocktails instead of egg white.
300g dried chickpeas (soaked overnight in cold water)
Chickpeas also offer specific health benefits, and consuming them regularly boosts your intake of a few key nutrients.
THIS vibrant soup brings together the flavours of roasted red peppers and nutty chickpeas in one creamy, satisfying bowl.