Chickpea flour also know as gram flour, garbanzo bean flour, and Besan, is used in many countries. It is a staple ingredient in Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi cuisines. Chickpea flour is made from finely ground garbanzo beans. This recipe is pretty much like Socca; a traditional street food that has been eaten around the Mediterranean for hundreds of years. It seems to me the reason why it’s popularity has been so longevous is because it so easy to make and you can eat it with your fingers! Chickpea flour is so nutritious and historical you won’t be dissatisfied after making this. Not to mention it’s naturally gluten free and grain free, so you can definitely scarf this down. It’s also is low in phytic acid (an anti-nutrient) compared to other legumes grains and nuts. Another great thing, it’s a good source of protein and fiber with 13 net carbs per serving. Enough about the nutrition. Lets eat!