Chick pea flour
Used in East Indian cooking, besan is a pale yellow flour made from ground, dried chickpeas. This nutritious, high-protein flour is used for myriad preparations including doughs, dumplings, noodles, a thickener for sauces and in batter for deep-fried foods. Besan, also known as gram flour can be found in Indian or Asian markets. Store, wrapped airtight, in the refrigerator for up to 6 months.
A pale yellow flour made from ground, dried Chickpeas. Used for doughs, dumplings, noodles or as a thickener for sauces and in batter for deep fried foods. Beurre Blanc: An emulsified sauce made of a wine or vinegar reduction blended with softened butter. This may be flavored in many ways, for fish, vegetables, and poultry dishes. This is a very tricky sauce and does not hold for long periods of time. Because of this, modern versions add a touch of cream to stabilize the sauce for longer periods of time.
Bengal gram flour
Gram Flour Flour
also known as gram flour, this is made from chickpeas. It is used to flavor and thicken curries and for making Pakoras and bhajias, pancakes and teamed patties.
Indian flour made from ground, dried chickpeas. Used as a thickener, and in doughs and noodles. Highly nutritious.