Yes. Did you try Socca – the signature street food in the south of France?
Made primarily with chickpea flour and olive oil – ingredients plentiful around the Mediterranean – Socca is a quick, cheap, and delightful snack served along the French part of the coast and all the way into Liguria in Italy, where it goes by the name Farinata.
To be authentic, socca should be baked over a fire. It is best served piping-hot, and raked as it is baked, which makes the surface extracrispy. When the giant disk is yanked from the oven, it should arrive at your table or in your hands seconds later. Don’t wait—dive right in! Pair with a chilled rosé.
Find a recipe here