- — Kosher, Non-GMO, Organic, Raw, Vegan
- — Low in Cholesterol, Sodium, Saturated Fat
- — Source of Dietary Fiber, Folate, Manganese, Iron, Copper, and Zinc
Organic Garbanzo Bean Flour is produced from chickpea (legume), widely distributed in Asian countries. Besides, organic chickpea flour significantly increases the satiety and taste properties of products, such as pasta, powder, or confectionery. It is important to note that the flour has a low glycemic index and low-calorie content and is rich in fiber compared to wheat flour. The chemical composition of Organic Garbanzo Bean Flour is high in potassium, selenium, iron, B vitamins, phosphorus. Also, this flour contains beta-carotene, vitamins A, C, E, K, and PP.
How to Use Organic Garbanzo Bean Flour
Many recipes use Organic Garbanzo Bean Flour or as a fantastic alternative to other flours that contain gluten. You can add this flour to the dough for bread and pastries, desserts, soups, cereals, and sauces. The product goes well with spices, vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, cocoa, and many other products. Moreover, you can use this flour as an independent ingredient and mix it with different types of flour, such as rice or wheat flour. This flour is a base for vegetarian cuisine because it is not only healthy but also very nutritious. It does not absorb vegetable oil when frying, and you get a product with a dehydrated and crispy crust with a pleasant nutty flavor. Therefore, try making your next fish and chips with this unique find. Garbanzo Bean Flour can be used in cooking and cosmetology as face masks or scrubs.
Storage and Shelf Life
Storing this product is quite simple; make sure to keep it in an airtight container; our original bag also works well. Place the package in a dry, cool place with minimum moisture to keep it fresh and extend the product’s shelf life.
Chickpea Flour Mini Frittatas