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Chickpea Gravy: Tasty, low fat, gluten free, great for dressing up vegetarian or vegan thanksgiving recipes or everyday meals without adding a lot more calories.
Total Prep and Cook Time: 25 minutes
Yield: 4.5 Cups or 8 Servings
Nutrition Data Per Serving: 47 cal, 3g carb, 4g fat, 128mg sodium, 1g protein, 0 g fiber. Low cholesterol. Estimated glycemic load 1
You can find chickpea or besan flour in the ethnic food section of grocery stores, or at an Indian food shop, or online. It's kind of an essential ingredient, but if you can't find it, use unbl. wh. flour or spelt flour.
Chick peas are considered gluten free, but they may contain caseine. You could also use almond, quinoa or amaranth flour in this recipe.
Chickpea gravy will thicken up in cooking. Add more vegetable stock as needed, until it seems the right thickness.
Save any extra chickpea gravy for the holiday leftovers - an important part of the tradition!
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