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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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Usually, the chickpea curry is served with an equally curried piece of chicken and boiled eggs, are garnished with crushed ginger, green chillies and sesame seeds and are served with naan, making them a good competitor for nihari and sri paye.
Lebanon imports almost 95 percent of its chickpeas, according to the Agriculture Ministry.
The review sums up the efforts regarding host breeding against chickpea blight involving large scale field screening experiments as well as recent marker assisted breeding using the molecular mapping and QTLs against the different strains of pathogen.
Including pea flour with chickpea flour had no effect on the samples' viscosity profiles when pea flour inclusion rates reached 20%.
From my trade mission to India in March, there is a strong demand for Queensland chickpeas and our industry is seizing on that opportunity, the Premier said.
3 Spread the chickpeas on a large rimmed baking sheet lined with baking paper and roast, stirring occasionally, for 25-35 minutes until golden and crisp.
French chefjoel Roessei is often credited with discovering the foaming properties of chickpea liquid in late 2014; vegan chefs were quick to catch on to the concept.
2 Then add the rest of the chickpeas and pulse the mixture until the chickpeas are mixed in but still a little lumpy.
Opt for chickpeas as a rich source of dietary fiber.