Using Dried Garbanzo Beans?

How can I use dried garbanzo beans in these recipes? Mine seems to stay hard no matter how long I cook them. Thank you.

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April 28, 20120 found this helpful
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Try soaking them in warm water for about three hours before you cook them. I tried this for some chili I often cook in the winter.

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April 27, 20120 found this helpful

I use a baking method for my chick peas. And it is a huge hit, and everytime I make it-people go crazy about it. I dry the beans, put them on a pan with olive oil, bake for about 45 minutes, take them out, add salt and whatever seasoning you want.

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August 8, 20170 found this helpful

Hi, a question regarding your post. At what temp do you bake them? Also, after you bake them, then add the seasoning, how and what do you serve them with? Thanks!!!

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April 30, 20120 found this helpful

When this happens to me...I blend them into hummus. Another thing I do that helps to soften beans is soak them over night and then put them, with the soaking water, in the freezer.


I use a plastic container for this. Let them freeze hard...then thaw and put fresh water on them and cook. Hope this helps.

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