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Old 08-09-2006, 01:57 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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Around the Cambridge 02139 area or by mail where would the
bread made from chickpea flour be available?... ready to eat
or ready to warm and eat.

Many local India specialty grocery shops and restaurants did not
pan out for bread made from chickpea flour!

We have tried a few of the references at
http://www.google.com/search?q=%22ch...flour%22+bread

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Thank you Peter Aitken !

Around the Cambridge 02139 area or by mail where would the
bread made from chickpea flour be available?... ready to eat
or ready to warm and eat.

Many local India specialty grocery shops and restaurants did not
pan out for bread made from chickpea flour!


Do you mean chapatis, the thin crispy breads? I can't believe
any Indian store would not have them - they are in cello
packages, unrefrigerated.
Peter Aitken
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chapati flour appears to be a blend of
wheat and malted barley flours
http://www.foodsubs.com/Flournw.html#chapati%20flour
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Peter wrote:

Do you mean chapatis, the thin crispy breads? I can't believe any Indian
store would not have them - they are in cello packages, unrefrigerated.


I think you mean pappadums.

Bob


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Thank you Bob Terwilliger!

Around the Cambridge 02139 area or by mail where would the
bread made from chickpea flour be available?... ready to eat
or ready to warm and eat.

Many local India specialty grocery shops and restaurants did not
pan out for bread made from chickpea flour!

It appears pappadums are made from urad dal, a type of Indian lentil,
see urad dal
at
http://www.foodsubs.com/Flournw.html#urad

chapati flour appears to be a blend of
wheat and malted barley flours,
see
http://www.foodsubs.com/Flournw.html#chapati%20flour

Bob Terwilliger:
Peter:
Do you mean chapatis, the thin crispy breads? I can't believe any Indian
store would not have them - they are in cello packages, unrefrigerated.

I think you mean pappadums.
Bob




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don wrote:

It appears pappadums are made from urad dal, a type of Indian lentil,
see urad dal
at
http://www.foodsubs.com/Flournw.html#urad


They're made from a variety of flours. Some are made from dal, some made
with a combination of lentil flour and rice flour, some are made with besan
(chickpea flour).

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pappadum

Bob




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