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Many Indian dishes, especially fritters and appetisers, use chick pea flour.
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we made these and absolutely LOVED them:
You can add moderate quantities to baking, no more than 1 part in four, especially when soy flour is called for (as a substitute). Gluten free bakers often use it as part of a grain and starch mix to replace wheat flour.
I like the socca suggestion.
Definitely socca. Add some cumin to the batter if it isn't already in the recipe.
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You can make vegetarian meatballs. http://myerecipecorner.blogspot.com/2011/02/pakoda-kurmapakora-korma-chickpea-flour.html