Pakora: South Asian fried dumplings of chickpea flour and fillings
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- Chickpea : Add brief definition or description
- Dumpling : A food dish based on a self-supporting binder, usually highly absorptive of flavors; the binder may be of a main ingredient (e.g., gefilte fish), a wrapper for a filling (e.g., empanada), or simply a mass that absorbs fluids from the dish in which it is contained (e.g., spaetzle)
- Falafel : Deep-fried, seasoned chickpea dough, often with a meat or vegetable filling; claimed by much of the Middle East although often called the national dish of Israel, as well as street food worldwide, especially in New York City
- Samosa : Dish made from processed potatoes (occasionally along with cauliflower) that have been put inside a near-pyramidal shaped covering of flour dough and deep-fried.