Recent Examples of chickpea from the Web
Cook a pound of dry black beans, pintos or chickpeas in the slow cooker (or electric pressure cooker) and freeze in 2-cup portions.
Add chicken stock, chickpeas, and apricots; bring to a boil.
Macro bowls with quinoa, kale and chickpea croutons.
Start with a tamal, a hearty breakfast dish made from corn flour, chickpeas, chicken, pork belly and egg wrapped and steamed in a plantain leaf that imbues the meat with addictive, custardy flavour.
Assemble bowls: Combine farro, kale, tomato salad, sauce, chickpeas, and avocado in bowl.
The dishes vary by class, but as an example, economy passengers can expect quinoa with ratatouille and chickpeas, and Oriental-style steamed fish.
The lamb tartare is balanced with a hefty dose of cumin and mint, accompanied by crackers made from chickpeas.
Aquafaba, the chickpea liquid that stands in for eggs, is thoroughly vetted.
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Origin and Etymology of chickpea
First Known Use: circa 1722See Words from the same year
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