Chickpeas (Garbanzo, organic) - 3.5kg ,10kg & 25kg

Chickpeas (Garbanzo, organic) - 3.5kg ,10kg & 25kg



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Ceres Chickpeas (Garbanzo, organic) - 3.5kg, 10kg or 25kg

Organic Chickpeas are the starting point for so many delicious recipes.  They are one of the meatier textures when it comes to beans and pulses and they make fantastic curries, plus are a great source of high Protein, Fibre, Folate, Manganese, Copper.

If you combine chickpeas with whole grains or nuts then you get a complete protein containing all the essential amino acids needed by the body – good news for vegetarians and vegans.   It’s hard to find a plant-based foodie who doesn’t know all about the wondrous chickpea and its potential for delicious meals!


Ingredients: Organic Chickpeas

Origin: Product of Turkey

Certification: BioGro Organic

Enjoy Me...

  • The key to chickpeas is preparation as they need to be soaked and then cooked before eating.
  • Minimize foaming during cooking, as this often leads to the formation of air pockets in the beans. This translates into a dry texture when cooked. If you see any foaming, skim the surface of the water with a metal spoon to remove the foam, and reduce your heat a bit. Keep a bowl of water nearby to dip the spoon into, in between skimmings. This easily removes the foam from the spoon.
  • When the chickpeas are cooked, turn the stove off, keep the pot covered, and allow the chickpeas to completely cool in the leftover broth. This last soak adds flavor and promotes a creamy texture.
  • We love making our own hummus and experimenting with different herbs and spices.

How Interesting...

  • 1 cup of dried chickpeas yields about 4 cups of cooked chickpeas
Enjoy Me...
1. The key to chickpeas is preparation as they need to be soaked and then cooked before eating.
2. Minimize foaming during cooking, as this often leads to the formation of air pockets in the beans. This translates into a dry texture when cooked. If you see any foaming, skim the surface of the water with a metal spoon to remove the foam, and reduce your heat a bit. Keep a bowl of water nearby to dip the spoon into, in between skimmings. This easily removes the foam from the spoon.
3. When the chickpeas are cooked, turn the stove off, keep the pot covered, and allow the chickpeas to completely cool in the leftover broth. This last soak adds flavor and promotes a creamy texture.
4. We love making our own hummus and experimenting with different herbs and spices.
How Interesting...
1. 1 cup of dried chickpeas yields about 4 cups of cooked chickpeas

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