1.1 South Asia 1.2 Southeast and East Asia 1.3 Southern Europe 1.4 North Africa
2 See also 3 Notes
A variety of snacks Sev Bhajjis Bikaneri Bhujia Bonda Boondi Chakli Chila/Cheela/Dhirda/Dhirde (besan dosa) Dhokla/Khaman Kadhi Zunka/Pithala/Pithla Laddu Soan papdi Mysore pak Pakoras Papadums Patra
In Andhra Pradesh, it is used in a curry with gram flour cakes called
Senaga Pindi Kura (Telugu: శెనగ పిండి కూర) and
is eaten with
Burmese tofu Jidou liangfen
Southern Europe Along the coast of the Ligurian Sea, flour made from garbanzo beans, which are a different variety of chickpea closely related to Bengal gram, is used to make a thin pancake that is baked in the oven. This popular street food is called farinata in Italian cuisine, fainâ in Genoa, and is known as socca or cade in French cuisine. It is used to make panelle, a fritter in Sicilian cuisine. In Spanish cuisine, gram flour is an ingredient for tortillitas de camarones. Also in Cyprus and Greece, it is used as a garnishing ingredient for the funeral ritual food Koliva, blessed and eaten during Orthodox Memorial services. North Africa In Morocco, they make a dish called karan from gram flour and eggs, which is baked in the oven. A similar famous dish is prepared in Algeria called Garantita or Karantita (believed to be originated from the Spanish term Calentica that means hot ). See also
List of chickpea dishes Oralu kallu, a type of grinding machine using stone to produce flour in some parts of India
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