Gram flour, sometimes know as Besan, is a flour made from chickpeas. Dried chickpeas are ground down to make the flour.
Different varieties of gram flour are made from different varieties of chickpea, for example those grown in Bangladesh are different to those in Sri Lanka.Read More
Puris are an unleavened bread often consumed in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan as a snack, breakfast or a light meal together with a filling or other side dishes. Panipuri are related in that they are a small deep fried crepe that is hollowed and allowed to dry in a ball shape with a hole at…Read More
The food of many spellings a popadom is a large round, thin crisp flatbread made of seasoned dough normally from black gram or urad flour that is deep fried in hot oil. There are many local varieties of flour used however, so they can be made from rice flour and potatoes as well as chickpeas.…Read More