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Alternative namesGuasanas
Place of originMexico
Main ingredientsChickpea, water, salt

Guasanas is a dish from Mexico consisting of green chickpeas, water and salt. The chickpeas are steamed and shelled before serving.[1]

Guasanas are green chickpeas. They come from a legume plant of about 50 cm in height, it has small white flowers and it sprouts small pods that contain about two to three guasana seeds.[2]


  1. ^ Archived 2017-06-20 at the Wayback Machine recipe on Recidemia
  2. ^ "¿Has probado las deliciosas Guasanas?". EL DEBATE (in European Spanish). Retrieved 2020-02-23.