A Guide To Making Chickpea Flour Using Canned Chickpeas


Today, we’re going to be looking at how to make chickpea flour from canned chickpeas – it’s easier than you might think.

Dehydrate Them First

It’s important to dehydrate the chickpeas first, as if they’re in a can, they’ll likely have been in that liquid for a while. Some people just drain the liquid away, but I would recommend dehydrating them before you make them into flour.

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Now that the chickpeas are cool and dry, they’re ready to use. I’m not really sure you need a recipe as such to make the flour itself, as it really is that simple!

How To Make Chickpea Flour

You may think the method ends there – and it can do, but I’ve got a great tip to share with you all that will make your flour taste even better.

Roasted Chickpea Flour

What Can You Use Chickpea Flour For?

You might be wondering what chickpea flour can be used in. And I think it’ll surprise you how diverse this flour can be. It’s a great thickening agent for sauces and gravies.

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I hope after reading this article that you now know how to make chickpea flour from canned chickpeas. It really is so simple, and although it may seem like a long process – it couldn’t be easier.

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