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  • n. Plural form of chickpea.

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Examples

  • … The origin of chickpeas is once again in the Fertile Crescent … in Turkey and Syria the oldest carbonized chickpeas have been found, about 10,000 years old, but these are small and may have been gathered wild.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Drain chickpeas and rinse three times under running water.

    The Other Mediterranean Diet

  • Toss in chickpeas and saute over high heat till browned, tossing several times.

    Terrace Garden Salad

  • What I would like to serve with the chickpeas is what I call Israeli salad, but is also called Lebanese, Egyptian, Jordanian, Turkish etc., etc.

    The Other Mediterranean Diet

  • A medley of vegetable cooked in the juices of caramelized onion and chickpeas is spiced with cumin and coriander powders is usually eaten like a curry with couscous or the middle eastern flat breads.

    Hasa Al-Khadr Maa Hummus

  • The texture of chickpeas is what I like best about them - and the nuttiness.

    Recipe: Pork and Chickpea Stew (Χοιρινό με Ρεβίθια)

  • K & S said ... my theory on the chickpeas is that you should leave the skins on for more fiber ... oh, and put white wine onto the red wine spill it will take off the stain lickety-split.

    A little bit of miscellaneous

  • The chickpeas should be the smallest ones you can find.

    Day of Honey

  • Garbanzo beans also called chickpeas are a good source of vegetable protein.

    Top 100 Finger Foods

  • Garbanzo Beans also called chickpeas are a good source of cholesterol-lowering fiber, and also help keep your blood-sugar under control.

    Sprouted Bean & Lentil Salad - Healthy & Tasty

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