Chances are, you’ve been introduced to chickpeas in some form – whether blended into creamy hummus, mashed into your favorite veggie burger, or even turned into flour to create the increasingly popular chickpea pasta.
It seems that chickpeas, also commonly known as garbanzo beans, are the chameleons of the culinary world, and, as such, you can easily incorporate them into any number of dishes. And why wouldn’t you? An excellent source of plant-based protein, chickpeas can also work wonders on your digestion, blood sugar, cholesterol levels, and bone health. The next time you’re craving chickpeas, check out this healthy recipe.