Definition of garbanzo
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Salads Holy Frijole (1-pint mason jar): Black beans, garbanzo beans, corn, tomato, green bell pepper and cilantro with lemon balsamic and chipotle olive oil dressing.
The gluten free bread and pizza dough is made from a mix of brown rice, sorghum and garbanzo bean flours.
Next, top with non-absorbent hard vegetables such as carrot, cucumber, chickpeas (garbanzo beans), onion, beetroot (beets) and (bell) peppers.
Jeremy slurps the contents of his can, garbanzo juice dripping down his scraggly beard.
Turn up the heat to medium, stir in the garbanzo beans and broccoli and cook, uncovered, for 10 minutes.
Hillary loves protein breakfasts—scrambled eggs with garbanzo beans—spiced up with lots of hot sauce.
Replace the garbanzo beans with black beans, lima beans, adzuki beans, or fava beans.
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Origin and Etymology of garbanzo
First Known Use: 1759See Words from the same year
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