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You can use it to make Sicilian panelle! They Are delicious! 1 cup Garbanzo Flour 2 cups tepid water 2 Tbs of fresh chopped parsley Pinch of Salt and Pepper Cutting board Frying pan Vegetable Oil Combine flour, water, and a pinch of salt in a pot, mix well with an electric mixer (you will see bubbles continue mixing until all bubbles and lumps are clear). ...
They're certainly edible, but you might have to work for it. A Western view from Purdue CropINDEX: Tamarind seeds have been used in a limited way as emergency food. They are roasted, soaked to remove the seedcoat, then boiled or fried, or ground to a flour or starch. Roasted seeds are ground and used as a substitute for, or adulterant of, coffee. ...
According to Plant Cultures, The seeds are also edible and flour made from them can be used to bake cakes and breads. Roasted seeds are reputed to be delicious. Finding recipes that address removing the very tough seed coat is difficult, especially since there are false hits for the flesh or pulp of the fruit, as well as many non-culinary uses. Here ...
the best Anzac biscuits my kids and I have had were made with besan flour.
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