Kabuli chana otherwise referred to as chickpeas belong to the legume family. This grocery staple is light-colored and has a smooth coating. Their combination with other cereal grains for meals blends well probably because of their nutty flavor and grainy texture. They are high in proteins and thus make an excellent replacement for meat in vegetarians. Chickpeas contain almost all amino acids except methionine. The fiber content of these peas helps keep the hunger levels in check preventing weight gain. Carbs of these cereal grains are digested easily and hence help prevent the unnecessary weight gain
Cooking Tips: Soak the kabuli chana overnight in sufficient water prior to its use in cooking. You can also cook them without storing them in the water, but the cooking process would be slightly longer in time. Chickpeas contain lectin which can cause food poisoning when not adequately cooked.
Nutritional Facts: Good source of proteins, fat, carbohydrates, fiber, and minerals including manganese, magnesium, zinc, iron, and copper
Recipes: These grocery staple are used to prepare dishes like chole masala, chickpea curry, salad, fried masala chana & so on
Storage: Once they have been cooked kabuli chana can be stored in a refrigerator for around 5-7 days.
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|Nutritional Facts||Calories: 170, Carbs: 27 g,|
|Benefits||Provides energy. Excellent source of vegetarian protein.|
|How To Use||Chickpeas are a flavorful and healthful addition to several dishes, in both soaked and cooked form. From stir-fries, dips, soups, salads to subzis and rice-based dishes, they can be used everywhere.|