Useful properties of Turkish peas

Turkish peas recently appeared in Russian cuisine, but already managed to win the attention of many hostesses and gourmets, and also fighters for proper and balanced diet. Turkish peas is an annual plant that has grains, and in turn, these grains have a very funny shape.

Many people say that these grains are similar to the head of a ram, with a bird’s beak. But, this is really so, if you look closely, then you can find similar properties. When growing in the ground, the Turkish nut is a straight stem that is intimidated by hard hairs. The height of this type of plant varies from twenty to eighty centimeters. One pod of this plant contains from one to three peas grains. The color of these grains is yellowish, and sometimes with darkening, when the grain was already quieted, and greenish, when it was not the end.

In general, the taste of chickpeas resembles boiled beans, or so -so, there is nothing special in its taste. By the way, this is a very heat -loving plant that does not tolerates too low temperature, maybe just a gap. Turkish peas, he also came to Russia from Central Asia, there, according to the descriptions, his homeland is located. Scientists found out that Gnot was used even before the beginning of a new era. Since the remains of these grains, multimillion -dollar ago, were found in Greece.

Chickpeas are very useful for the human body. It contains a large amount of protein and fats. Chicker is of great benefit for the child’s body, as it contains a large amount of calcium, which is necessary to strengthen the bones of the child. Grain data is absolutely non -core, this means that they can be consumed by people who suffer excess weight. By the way, Turkish peas contains a little less than half of the protein, and this is the norm of almost five raw eggs.