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  1. photo <b>Chickpea</b> DiscoveryChickpea DiscoveryRecipe
    doesn’tcontain any cheese, mayonnaise or milk. Instead, it uses pureedchickpeas or garbanzo beans as a “creamy” base. The product itselfconsists of a short list of health promoting ingredients: raw chickpeasRead more
  2. photo <b>Chickpea</b> with Coconut PestoChickpea with Coconut PestoRecipe
    with silky coconut milk, spicy basil & refreshing lime, this pesto will make your chickpea sing with flavor. Although temperatures are still mild to chilly, heat is already building internally. On warmRead more
  3. photo Indian <b>Chickpea</b> DipIndian Chickpea DipArticle
    If you’re looking for a new recipe to impress guests this holiday season, today’s appetizer is savory and satisfying, yet low in fat. Indian Chickpea Dip takes only 8 minutes to prepare, whichRead more
  4. photo Vegetarian Enchiladas Recipe with Asparagus and <b>Chickpeas</b>Vegetarian Enchiladas Recipe with Asparagus and ChickpeasRecipe
    As a vegetarian, your enchilada options when eating out at restaurants can be kind of limited. But at home you can get crazy with your ingredients. Since asparagus is in season and chickpeasRead more
  5. photo Mouth-Watering Savory and Spicy Roasted <b>Chickpeas</b> RecipeMouth-Watering Savory and Spicy Roasted Chickpeas RecipeRecipe
    The following roasted chickpeas recipe is a go-to side dish that is savory, crunchy, spicy, and oh-so-finger-lickin’ delicious. Enjoy! There are more to chickpeas than hummus and falafel. In factRead more
  6. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 6 <b>Chickpea</b> RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 6 Chickpea RecipesArticle
    Image: doyland Chickpeas, garbanzo beans, ceci beans… whatever you call this legume, it’s the perfect protein power source for vegetarian meal options. Not only are chickpeas chock fullRead more
  7. photo Easy Pasta Salad Recipe with Feta, Olives and <b>Chickpeas</b>Easy Pasta Salad Recipe with Feta, Olives and ChickpeasRecipe
    as a salty dressing. Chickpeas add protein and are best when made from dried beans, not taken from a can. Make sure to soak your chickpeas overnight before cooking them in boiling water with a teaspoonRead more
  8. photo ‘The <b>Chickpea</b> Flour Cookbook’: The Best Brownies Ever, Gluten-Free or Otherwise!‘The Chickpea Flour Cookbook’: The Best Brownies Ever, Gluten-Free or Otherwise!Article
    Camilla V. Saulsbury’s “The Chickpea Flour Cookbook” is a cookbook for a new generation of gluten-free eaters. As she explains in her introduction to the book, her approach is eons away fromRead more
  9. photo The Easy Guide to <b>Chickpea</b> Flour and 3 Recipes You Must Try!The Easy Guide to Chickpea Flour and 3 Recipes You Must Try!Recipe
    Chickpea flour, also known as gram flour, garbanzo bean flour or besan flour, is a flour that is made from ground chickpeas. And while whole chickpeas are great as-is, there is somethingRead more
  10. photo A Warm and Healthy Chili Recipe with Grass-Fed Beef, <b>Chickpea</b>, and Butternut SquashA Warm and Healthy Chili Recipe with Grass-Fed Beef, Chickpea, and Butternut SquashRecipe
    , fiber, and nutrient-dense vegetables—and has a wonderfully subtle air of piney rosemary and spice. This grass-fed beef, chickpea, and butternut squash chili recipe will bring comforting warmth to evenRead more

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Seed / Vegetable

The chickpea or chick pea (Cicer arietinum) is a legume of the family Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae. It is also known as gram, or Bengal gram, garbanzo or garbanzo bean and sometimes known as Egyptian pea, ceci, cece or chana. Its seeds are high in protein. It is one of the earliest cultivated legumes: 7,500-year-old remains have been found in the Middle East.The name "chickpea" traces back...More