|Basmati Rice||Chickpeas (Kabuli Chana)|
|Cumin Seeds – Jeera|
Chickpeas have high protein and fiber content. Chickpeas appear in Creamish -Yellow, Black, Green & Brownish Red Colors. In India the two varieties of Chickpeas are termed as Kabuli Chana and Desi chana.
Kabuli Chana/White Chickpeas appears Creamish and is larger in size than Desi Chana. Kabuli chana is generally sold by count & size in millimetres. The amount of Chickpeas kernels in 28.35 gramsof a sample is equal to the count. For e.g. if we find 44 Kernels in 28.35 gms of a sample of chickpeas then it’s count is 44. Apart from this chickpeas trade is carried out with sizes ranging from 7-8 MM, 8-10 MM, 10-12 MM.
Desi Chickpeas are brownish red in color and are smaller in size (around 4-7 MM) than the kabuli chana.
Chickpeas in India is grown on moderately heavy soil mainly in the state of Madhya Pradesh with it’s season starting mainly from the month of February. India is among the top manufacturers of Chickpeas in the world. The leading exporters and suppliers or manufacturers of chickpeas in india are mainly located in the malwa region state of Madhya Pradesh due to higher production and better quality.
India is one of the largest chickpeas producer in the world followed by Australia,Turkey, Myanmar, Mexico and Canada. The growing export trend of chickpeas in India is bound to go higher as the quality grown here is in high demand all over the world.