Definition of aquafaba in English:

aquafaba

noun

mass noun
  • Water in which chickpeas or other pulses have been cooked, used as a substitute for egg whites, particularly in vegan cooking.

    ‘the kitchen uses whipped aquafaba to lighten pancakes’

Origin

Coined in 2015 from Latin aqua ‘water’ + faba ‘bean’.

Pronunciation

aquafaba

/akwəˈfɑːbə/