Chickpeas, also known as chickpeas, are a plant of the legume family. Chickpeas contain a lot of protein, manganese and vitamin E. They are very low in fat.
Pine nuts are added to the preparation of dishes of various meats, fish, pasta or vegetables. Nuts are also the finish of many salads.
In addition to salads, cedar nuts go very well with saffron rice and some sauces. They are a fundamental ingredient in the original recipe of the Italian Pesto sauce.
However, cedar nuts are also widely used in confectionery. Baked and ground cedar nuts are used to make traditional Italian biscuits, chocolate specialties and some varieties of syrupy pastries.
- HEALTH BENEFITS
Chickpeas are an effective source of antioxidants and valuable nutrients that supply the body with essential nutrients. One handful of chickpeas a day provides you with enough energy. Chickpeas have a low glycemic index (10) and a low glycemic charge index (3). This makes it an excellent dietary food and suitable for people who want to lose weight. Chickpeas contain selenium, which is commonly found in fruits and vegetables. Selenium improves liver function, enzyme secretion and removes some carcinogenic compounds from the body.