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Roasted and salted chickpeas | 1 kg
Roasted and salted chickpeas | 1 kg
Roasted and salted chickpeas | 1 kg
Roasted and salted chickpeas | 1 kg
Roasted and salted chickpeas | 1 kg

Roasted and salted chickpeas | 1 kg

£12.00

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  • Great snack and topping
  • No additives, artificial flavours, and preservatives
  • Vegan
  • Spicy and delicious
  • Source of plant-based protein

Variety: Salted

Roasted and salted chickpeas | 1 kg

Salted

Roasted BBQ chickpeas | 1 kg

BBQ

Roasted chickpeas salt & pepper | 1 kg

Salt & pepper

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BBD: 31.12.2021

Everything at a glance Roasted and salted chickpeas

Getting ready for your next Netflix marathon, and looking for a better snack than crisps? Look no further! Exactly for people like you, we have created our last snack: roasted chickpeas, the healthy alternative to crisps.

Tradition rivisited

In the past years, chickpeas have been everywhere, and the kitchen of KoRo was no exception. We love chickpeas in every form – curries, falafel, hummus, couscous salads... The vegan and vegetarian cuisines, in particular, have developed a unique relationship with these round and crunchy legumes; and their high protein content has made vegan athletes fall in love with them too. But chickpeas have been the star of Oriental recipes for thousands of years! A traditional snack is roasted chickpeas, called Leblebi. When we found out, we thought, we need them in our shop! So, let us introduce you to our newcomers.

All good things come in threes

If you are as huge a fan of chickpeas as us, then you should definitely try all the three different tastes we have developed for our delicious roasted legumes:

  • Roasted and salted
  • BBQ roasted 
  • Roasted with salt & pepper

All of them are roasted and refined with spices and herbs afterwards. As always, we avoid adding sugar or preservatives and artificial flavours. Our simple roasted and salted chickpeas have the ingredient list already in the name! These crunchy chickpeas are not only the ultimate snack, but are also great as a topping for your salads, bowls, and soups. Give them a try!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1388 / 330
Fat 16 g
   of which Saturates 1,9 g
Carbohydrate 44 g
   of which Sugars 3,7 g
Fibre 16 g
Protein 20 g
Salt 1,5 g

Order number KICH_001
Origin Spain
Content 1 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654782134
Data sheet Spezifikation
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients 83% chickpeas, sunflower oil, 1,5% salt
Cross-contamination May contain traces of TREE NUTS
Sales name Roasted and salted chickpeas
Press & retailer White background image

Varieties and origins

India is one of the main producers of chickpeas; in 2017, 67% of the world harvest came from India. No wonder, since these protein-rich legumes are a staple in India. Other important growing areas are Australia, Myanmar, Ethiopia, and Turkey. The 10 largest producers bring in 92% of the world crop, and in 2017 more than 14 million tons of chickpeas were produced worldwide.

Roasted and salted chickpeas - a look behind the scenes

Chickpeas love a warm climate with a lot of sun. As they do not need much water, they are perfect for subtropical regions, where growing them is very easy....

Originally from subtropical regions

Chickpeas love a warm climate with a lot of sun. As they do not need much water, they are perfect for subtropical regions, where growing them is very easy. India and Australia are the world's primary producers.

The history of chickpeas can be traced back to ten thousand years ago. Ancient findings document Neolithic cultivations in parts of today's Turkey,...

Grown since the Stone Age

The history of chickpeas can be traced back to ten thousand years ago. Ancient findings document Neolithic cultivations in parts of today's Turkey, where these legumes were already being used as food. Only much later did the plant spread to Europe, like Greece and Italy, where they have been grown and eaten for thousands of years.

Questions about questions Roasted and salted chickpeas

How many calories do these roasted chickpeas have?

Our roasted and salted chickpeas have 330 calories per 100 g.

Are roasted chickpeas good to lose weight?

Chickpeas are very high in fibre, which are an fundamental part of a balanced, healthy, and varied diet.

Are roasted chickpeas high-protein?

Yes! Our roasted chickpeas have 19,3 g of protein per 100 g, and are therefore a great source of plant-based protein, which is crucial for growing and maintaining muscle mass.

Are these roasted chickpeas vegan?

Yes, our chickpeas are just roasted with sunflower oil, and salted, and are therefore vegan.

How do I store these roasted chickpeas?

You should keep your chickpeas in an airtight container, and store them in a cool and dry place.

Are these roasted chickpeas gluten-free?

Chickpeas are naturally gluten-free, and our roasted ones are refined with herbs free of wheat starch.

Are chickpeas poisonous?

No. Raw chickpeas, technically chickpea seeds, do contain an indigestible substance called phasin, which can cause gastrointestinal complaints. However, cooking the legumes dissolves this substance, making them perfectly safe to eat. As our chickpeas are thoroughly roasted, they are completely free of any toxic substances.

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