Commonly known as ‘Kala chana’ (Hindi) in India, chickpeas are a part of the vegetarian diet in India. These are basically legumes belonging to the Fabaceae family. The plants are short in height and are mostly found in tropical and subtropical regions. The seeds are excellent sources of protein. There are generally two varieties of chickpeas, ‘desi’ and ‘kabuli’. The ‘desi’ variety comprises of darker smaller seeds having a rough outer covering whereas the ‘kabuli’ variety are comparatively larger light colored beans with a smoother coat.
Coarse Semolina is sifted from the finest quality freshly milled Durum Wheat and adds a delicious crunchy texture to many cakes and biscuits when baking.
It also makes a wholesome alternative to breadcrumbs.
Fennel is crunchy and slightly sweet, adding a refreshing contribution to various cuisines world wide. A dried seed that comes from the fennel herb, fennel seeds look like cumin seeds, only greener, and have an aniseed flavour and a warm, sweet aroma.