Chickpea Flour, Organic - 1kg

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Also known as garbanzo bean flour or besan, chickpea flour is a pulse flour made from ground chickpeas. It is a staple ingredient in Indian, Pakistani, Nepali and Bangladeshi cuisines. 

Why use it?

Although chickpea flour is higher in fat than most flours, it’s also gluten-free and adds a rich, moist consistency to baked goods. It's also high in protein, iron and fibre.
Serving Size: 100g
 Energy (kj) 1619
 Protein (g) 22.4
 Fat (g) 6.7
 -saturated (g) 0.7
 Carbohydrate (g) 57.8
 -sugars (g) 10.9
 Dietary fibre (g) 10.8
 Sodium (mcg) 64

How To Use Chickpea Flour

Chickpea flour is very versatile and has a subtle flavor, which makes it great for cooking savory dishes as well as for baking sweet desserts. 
Great as a batter, a tasty thickener in soups, or a binding agent for fritters and meatballs.