Kadhi Pakode

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Despite its high protein content, chickpea (aka gram flour) not to be confused with garbanzo flour is often avoided on the paleo diet. Like many other legumes, chickpeas must be cooked in order to be edible. In other words, our hunter gatherer ancestors did not eat chickpeas. The chickpea is, however, considered a vegan staple‚Äďand chickpea flour is nutrient-dense and low in carbohydrates compared to wheat, rice, corn, and other grain flours. One of the most widely-utilized crops in middle eastern cooking, chickpeas are the prototype for hummus and falafel….read more