Superfine Gram Flour
Superfine gram flour, also called besan, is a widely used flour in Indian cuisine. Gram flour is made from chana dal (an Indian variety of chickpea) which are hulled and split, ground into a fine-textured, yellow-ish, gluten-free flour. Gram flour has a subtly earthy aroma and slightly nutty flavour.
Gram Flour is a versatile ingredient, which in Indian cuisine is used in both savoury dishes, such as dumplings, and to make Indian sweets, such as laddoo. Gram flour is perhaps most commonly used to make onion bhaji. The more-ish fritters are made by mixing finely chopped onion and spices, often ajwan, with gram flour and water to form a thick batter, spoonfuls of which are then deep-fried until golden-brown and crispy.
Ingredients: 100% pure Chana Dall (yellow gram)