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Chickpeas (Kabuli Chana) 500 gms

₹150
Why you should buy this?
  • Chickpeas are usually boiled or roasted and go well in curries and salads
  • They contain primarily polyunsaturated fats which lower the bad cholesterol (LDL) in the body
  • Kabuli chana is a great source of fibre and protein
  • It is also a great source of iron, folate and phosphorus, again, none of which are depleted
  • It is also a good source of soluble and insoluble dietary fibre which helps prevent digestive disorders
  • Apart from chole, our chickpeas can be used to make a delicious middle-eastern hummus too

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ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Chickpeas are usually boiled or roasted and go well in curries and salads. They contain primarily polyunsaturated fats which lower the bad cholesterol (LDL) in the body. Kabuli chana is a great source of fibre and protein. It is also a great source of iron, folate and phosphorus, again, none of which are depleted. It is also a good source of soluble and insoluble dietary fibre which helps prevent digestive disorders. Apart from chole, our chickpeas (along with our spices such as black pepper and cumin) can be used to make a delicious middle-eastern hummus too. The Product has shelf life of 9 months
INGREDIENTS
Kabuli chana (chickpeas)
HOW TO USE
Kabuli chana can be used in Indian gravies and recipes such as Chole Kulcha. Chickpeas are widely used in middle eastern cuisine and can be used to whip up an easy hummus dip. They can be sprouted and the sprouted chana can then be used in salads or be eaten as a chaat.


RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Chickpeas are usually boiled or roasted and go well in curries and salads. They contain primarily polyunsaturated fats which lower the bad cholesterol (LDL) in the body. Kabuli chana is a great source of fibre and protein. It is also a great source of iron, folate and phosphorus, again, none of which are depleted. It is also a good source of soluble and insoluble dietary fibre which helps prevent digestive disorders. Apart from chole, our chickpeas (along with our spices such as black pepper and cumin) can be used to make a delicious middle-eastern hummus too. The Product has shelf life of 9 months
INGREDIENTS
Kabuli chana (chickpeas)
HOW TO USE
Kabuli chana can be used in Indian gravies and recipes such as Chole Kulcha. Chickpeas are widely used in middle eastern cuisine and can be used to whip up an easy hummus dip. They can be sprouted and the sprouted chana can then be used in salads or be eaten as a chaat.

RATINGS AND REVIEWS
RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Chickpeas are usually boiled or roasted and go well in curries and salads. They contain primarily polyunsaturated fats which lower the bad cholesterol (LDL) in the body. Kabuli chana is a great source of fibre and protein. It is also a great source of iron, folate and phosphorus, again, none of which are depleted. It is also a good source of soluble and insoluble dietary fibre which helps prevent digestive disorders. Apart from chole, our chickpeas (along with our spices such as black pepper and cumin) can be used to make a delicious middle-eastern hummus too. The Product has shelf life of 9 months
INGREDIENTS
Kabuli chana (chickpeas)
HOW TO USE
Kabuli chana can be used in Indian gravies and recipes such as Chole Kulcha. Chickpeas are widely used in middle eastern cuisine and can be used to whip up an easy hummus dip. They can be sprouted and the sprouted chana can then be used in salads or be eaten as a chaat.