Chickpea Flour and Chickpea Flatbread

Friday was a lazy day for me.  All I wanted to do was get some rest but I also wanted a nice tasty snack.  In my search for gluten free breads I stumbled across homemade chickpea flour.  What made this nice was that I could make my own flour.  I always try to have chickpeas available in my pantry. They are great for soups, stews, rice, and even cookies.

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To make the flour, blend 1 cup in a high speed blender for a couple minutes. It doesn’t take long until you get nice fluffy flour.

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You can store this in an air tight seal so that you can always have chickpea flour handy. It is great for thickening soups and gravies.

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To make flat bread, add equal parts of chickpea flour and water.  Add a tsp of olive oil and some salt. Mix well and allow to sit so the chickpea can absorb the water.

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Heat the skillet on high and add olive oil.  Fry the chickpea flour paste until golden on each side.  It is very tasty on its own or as a wrap.

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Chickpea flour

  • 1 cup of dried chickpeas

Add the chickpeas to a high speed blender.  Turn to high and blend until a powder forms.  Store in an airtight container.

Chickpea flat bread

  • 1 part chickpea flour
  • 1 part water
  • 1 tsp olive oil (preferably 1 tsp per 2-3 parts chickpea flour)
  • salt
  • optional spices or herbs

Mix together the ingredients in a bowl and allow to sit for 1/2 or more. This allows the chickpea flour to get soft. If you don’t have time like me, just skip this step.

Heat a skillet on high and add olive oil.  Fry the bread on both sides until golden brown. Enjoy with your meal or as a snack.

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Try another chickpea recipe: Chickpea cookies

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