chickpea


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chickpea

a drought-resistant legume with a 20% protein content in the seeds. Used for livestock and human consumption. Called also Cicer arietinum, gram, garbanzo.
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The great thing about chickpeas is that they are high in fibre and carbohydrates which makes them nearly as healthy as they are delicious.
Our famed chickpeas don't mind sharing the spotlight with other ingredients, especially those that are so rich and bold in flavor.
Porridges were prepared from the five blends of maize, chickpea, and amaranth flour.
Chickpea is still undergoing renovations in the new location.
He also said the freezeresistant chickpeas offer higher and more stable yields, Iran Daily reported on Saturday.
This research was carried out to study the effects of drought and salinity stress on two chickpea local masses (including khoy and chaipareh local masses) in two separate factorial experiments based on completely randomized design with three replications in laboratory of Natural Resources and Agricultural Research Centre in western Azerbaijan.
INGREDIENTS (serves 2) 2 Newburn Bakehouse white wraps 1 x 400g tin chickpeas in water, rinsed and drained 8 sunblush tomatoes in oil 1tbs oil from tomatoes 1 tbsp fresh flat-leaf parsley, chopped 1/2 red onion, finely sliced Freshly ground black pepper 1 pack of halloumi cheese, sliced Pinch of dried oregano Handful of fresh baby spinach leaves, roughly chopped A few fresh mint leaves, chopped METHOD 1.
6 CHICKPEA crops have been grown for more than 7,000 years.
Drop in the chickpea paste and cook for 25 minutes.
There are also more orthodox mezze dishes, such as balila, a chunkier cousin of hummus that comes with a dash of cumin, and creamy chickpea fatteh.
Ascochyta blight of chickpea, caused by the fungal pathogen Ascochyta rabiei, causes significant yield losses in all chickpea growing areas of North America (2, 3).
On May 8, 2010, 300 Lebanese chefs armed with state-of-the-art spatulas achieved a new Guinness World Record by whipping up a 10-ton batch of the chickpea spread, history's largest.