Monday, 22 August 2011

Mmmm-nom-nom Easy Felafel

If you saw my Goals post recently you will know that one of my goals is to try new recipes more regularly (original post here). I have to admit this isn't a new recipe - I discovered how to make felafel a few months ago and it's become a bit of a regular in our household. But I thought I'd share the recipe with you - it's so quick and easy and is SO tasty I think you'd be missing out if you didn't try it! So here you are - easy falafel:


Felafel Recipe
Serves 4
Takes about 40 mins beginning to end

Ingredients:
2 x 400g tins chick peas drained
1 medium onion
1 garlic clove
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon ground coriander
1/4 teaspoon ground chilli
1/2 teaspoon caraway seeds
salt & pepper
3 tablespoons fresh chopped parsley (flat leaf)
1 egg beaten
75g / plate of wholemeal flour
vegetable oil for shallow frying

Instructions: 
1) Put the chick peas in a liquidizer and reduce to a coarse paste. Put the paste into a mixing bowl.
2) Add the onion, garlic, cumin, coriander, chilli, caraway, salt & pepper and parsley and mix them all together well.
3) Make the mixture into small balls and then flatten them to make small flat cakes.
4) Heat some oil (make sure it's REALLY hot)
5) Dip the felafel patties into the beaten egg and then coat with wholemeal flour.
6) Shallow fry the felafel for about 5 minutes until crisp and brown.
7) Drain on absorbant kitchen roll and serve with pitta bread, salad and natural yoghurt. (I usually make tzatziki with ours - mint, cucumber, yoghurt, lemon juice, plenty of salt & pepper mixed)

Et voila! C'est trĂ©s facile... not to mention scrumptious!

6 comments:

PoetessWug said...

I make salmon patties sorta like this. Good recipe! Thanks.

Debbie said...

They look and sound yummy! Must give them a try!

Emma said...

mmmmm love felafels, thanks for the recipe :D:D:D

marci said...

Yum! You find great recipes! :)

Creating Trouble said...

They are delicious I promise!!

Ana Goncalves said...

Yum - looks gorgeous! The falafel is also one of my favorites. Kudos to you for trying it out and sharing with us the recipe.

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