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Thank you for this great nutritious recipe.I would like to point out that just because a food is ground to a flour does not make it glutenous.Neither chickpeas nor rice contain gluten.You can use brown rice flour if you like,but this recipe is a very healthy Indian dish.There are many wonderful Indian recipes on Food.com and I encourage you all to try them.I love the zucchini in this one but you could easy swap out the veggies to something that you prefer.Bobs Red Mill sells a variety of other legume flours,have a little fun and experiment with them in your other recipes.

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frugalandfun January 23, 2014

this is not gluten free it has flour in it!!!!

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ettalou October 28, 2012

I loved it. Easy, tasty , fast and my 15 month old son loves it. THANKS!!!!

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Gabi From Venezuela April 30, 2009

I'd like to thank jackandfiona for this recipe. I've had celiac all my life, so i'm always looking for recipes that are tasty, quick, healthy, and, if possible, inexpensive. I've tried to make something similar, socca, for a long time, but it always had a somewhat bitter taste. Your addition of rice flower (I used sweet white rice flower) with garfava flour (garbanzo and fava bean flour), sweetened it up perfectly. To go with it, I made a tahini sauce, sesame seed paste, lots of lemon juice, and garlic, blended. So, again, thanks for the lovely recipe!!!

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sbroner November 25, 2008
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