Awesome.. But egg equivalent?
Just wondering what equivalent would be per egg? If it's a large batch or a small batch, the 1/4 cup estimate wouldn't help.
This works great in semi-liquid "eggy" batter that is then fried: french toast, omlettes, pancakes, I didn't try it in baking, but I make very good eggless french toast, not kind of 'desperate vegan delight" ;) So I belive, that chickpea flour could work fine in baking.
White bean flour works the same way and has a milder flavor.
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Thank for your clear, useful article. I used chickpea flour to substitute for eggs in a Pumpkin Pie recipe. It worked very well. Adds a nice creamy texture. When baked I did not notice any negative taste from the chickpea flour. I found that chickpea flour is a better thickener than ground flaxseeds.
Thank you for this article. I had no idea chickpea flour could be used as an egg replacer. That's awesome! I'm definitely going to use it soon.
You say the taste is terrible uncooked. Does the flour affect the taste of the food overall then?
Question for chickpea flour egg replacer in browni
I want to make your Ultimate Brownies (http://www.veganbaking.net/brownies-and-bars/brownies/616-ultimate-brownies#.UburBOcp9u4) using the chickpea flour instead of the flax eggs. Do you think this would work?
Please tell me the substitution in grams and ml. Thank you.
Thank you for this article!
Do you know in what proportion can I replace 4 egg yolks with chickpea flour to make a filling for a sweet pie?
thanks for the good idea!
I've just tried it in a lentil roast, the texture and binding was good.
But... I think it still had a too strong chickpea taste AFTER baking (40 min).
Thus I wouldn't use it in a sweet recipe like brownies...
I haven't tried the ultimate brownie recipe myself, but I imagine that replacing the flax/water mixture with 1/4 cup chickpea flour and 1/4 cup water would work.
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I have been ovotarian for a couple of years now and I'm starting to think I don't need eggs as much as I thought. This chickpea flour is such a good substitute!
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I recently came across your recipe and have been reading along.
Wow, I never thought to use chickpea flour. It's such a great idea! I normally grind my own oat, almond or other flour for all my baking. But chickpea might be an interesting alternative to include in my next batch of muffins! I'll definitely be trying this out!
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You guys should try this recipe over the weekend! The best for me!
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The Underrated Egg Replacer. Chickpea flour not only binds these Danish chocolate and orange biscuits together as an egg replacer, but adds ...
Wow, this looks super delicious! I am trying this one soon.
I will try to make this at home!