White Beans and Chickpeas Balls

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Today I was going to make soup with all the ingredients listed below, but I wanted to make something new that my family have not tried before. It is so exciting to see how you can make 2 or 3 (why not more) different dishes with same ingredients, isn’t it?

I like to cook with products from the legume family because they are all very beneficial for our health. Their glycemic index is low (27-42 %), which will help you to reduce the glycemic load of your diet when served with a mixed meal. They are also low in saturated fat, high in proteins and fibres. Moreover, they are rich in minerals and vitamins like Folic Acid (up to 128mcg per 1/2 cup), Thiamin (1mg per 1/2 cup), Copper (1mg per 1/2 cup), Iron (2mg per 1/2 cup), Sodium (1mg), Magnesium (60mg), Potassium (306 mg) and Phosphorus (120mg).

These white beans and chickpeas balls will become part of our menu at least once a month. I would advise you to have them with sauce. It could be a tomato, yoghurt or any other sauce you like. We had them with hummus. Bon Appetite 🙂

If you want to know how to make this recipe, please click on the video below.

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