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falafel recipe recommendations please

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Gatekeeper Mon 13-Jun-16 13:46:15

just tried a BBC recipe and it was as dull as dishwatter as well as being dry and crumbly

which is your favourite please?

pinkmagic1 Mon 13-Jun-16 13:52:17

You need to follow an Egyptian recipe and use broad beans instead of chick peas. Much nicer imo. I will try and post the recipe later when I get home.

Gatekeeper Mon 13-Jun-16 13:58:59

thank you

whois Mon 13-Jun-16 14:22:29

I know I always lke to this blog... but her stuff is so good!

Not your traditional falafal but VERY tasty.

whois Mon 13-Jun-16 14:23:11

pinkmagic1 do you use dried or fresh broad beans?

GoogleMonkey Mon 13-Jun-16 14:26:04

I tried this one recently, it was very good

AnnPerkins Mon 13-Jun-16 14:29:20

Ooh I like the addition of sweet potato there. I usually make them with chickpeas and butter beans, but they need lots of seasoning and a good pinch of chilli flakes to pep them up.

The sweet potato would definitely add a new dimension. I serve them with a tangy soured cream sprinkled with paprika.

What's this about broad beans?

pinkmagic1 Mon 13-Jun-16 14:33:07

You use dried , but soak beforehand, whois.

Gatekeeper Mon 13-Jun-16 14:51:57

just eaten a plateful of the dull bbc ones and need charcoal tablets now. Suffering and they weren't even nice!

thanks for other recipes <boffs gently>

MadamDeathstare Mon 13-Jun-16 14:58:02

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Gatekeeper Mon 13-Jun-16 18:23:01

They sound delicious 😋. I have sweet potatoes and cashews so will def give this a go

whois Tue 14-Jun-16 13:47:43

Thanks pinkmagic1 - I like the sound of that. Will have to try.

redpriestandmozart Thu 16-Jun-16 23:13:42

I have made this recipe loads of times, it's easy as long as you remember to soak the chickpeas the night before. I love that there is so much herb in it so not a dry falafel.

bluecoat08 Fri 17-Jun-16 11:51:18

i love the ottolenghi recipe from his book, honestly never fails

mmmmm falafel. lunch time!

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