Panisse (vegan)

Panisse (vegan). Chef Julien Carlon of Cigalon serves up his classic panisses recipe. If you've never tried these creamy, crispy, addictive chickpea chips from the South of France, made from chickpea flour, water and a healthy lump of butter, they are a must. It's best to make the batter a day or two in advance, so they have plenty of time to set.

Panisse (vegan) Reduce the heat to medium and whisk in the chickpea batter. Making the panisse batter is similar to polenta, and equally difficult: you basically dump, then stir. There are various kinds of chickpea flour available, depending on where you live. You can cook Panisse (vegan) using 4 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Panisse (vegan)

  1. It’s 1 litre of d'eau.
  2. It’s 30 g of d'huile d'olive.
  3. It’s 1 cs of sel.
  4. It’s 300 g of farine de pois chiches.

I used the coarse stuff from my local Arab market, but the Italian varieties seem to be much finer, which I think is what they use in the south of France so they have a smooth, almost custard-like interior and. Dairy Free , Gluten Free , Side Dish , Vegan Today's post comes to you from New York City. Your Rating: Login to rate this recipe. Panisse are a fun snack, and go perfectly with a chilled glass of white wine.

Panisse (vegan) step by step

  1. Faire chauffer l'eau, ajouter l'huile, le sel et la farine de pois chiches. Cuire jusqu'à épaississement. C'est rapide..
  2. Transvaser le contenu dans un moule à cake ou à tarte selon ce que vous voulez en faire après. Recouvrir et mettre au frigo 6 h..
  3. On peut ensuite faire des frites avec cette panisse : La démouler, couper des tranches et couper ces tranches en bâtonnets pour en faire des frites. Badigeonner d'un peu d'huile avec un pinceau, saler, poivrer et cuire au four 20 mn à 200°.

But, they can also be eaten as a side to a main meat. There is something about the sprinkling of coarse salt and cracked pepper that makes the nutty flavor of the chickpeas come alive. In a medium to large saucepan, add the water, olive oil and salt, and bring to a boil. Lower the heat to medium/low, and add the chickpea flour. The mixture will be lumpy but will smooth out once you bake later.