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His falafels, for example, are made with fava beans instead of chickpeas and also include sesame seeds.
Roasted chickpeas are now a mainstay of the snack aisle.
Cowpeas or crowder peas, mung and adzuki beans belong to the genus Vigna, fava and dolichos lablab beans to the Vicia genus; soybeans to the Glycine genus, garbanzos or chickpeas to Cicer, for instance.
Drain pasta and add to sauce, along with chickpeas and spinach.
Reduce heat to med.; simmer 1 hour or until chickpeas are soft and skins have loosened.
That's one of a number of dishes that are gluten free, as befits a place that largely traffics in cider, and there are concessions to the vegans as well, including a nominal Cobb salad with squash, kale, chickpeas, and lemon-tahini dressing.
In a post on its website, the grocery chain explained that the mix is made with ground fava beans, chickpeas, garlic, onion, and spices like cumin and coriander.
Most of us think only of the New World beans when the topic of beans arises, but the Old World had fava beans, chickpeas (garbanzos), lentils, peas, and lupin beans.
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Origin and Etymology of chickpea
First Known Use: circa 1722See Words from the same year
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Definition of chickpea for English Language Learners
: a pale round seed that is cooked and eaten as a vegetable
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