Vegan Baked Falafels With Tabbouleh

Vegan Baked Falafels With Tabbouleh

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If you’re a fan of the time honored Falafel, then this Vegan Baked Falafels With Tabbouleh is something to add to your list of vegan recipes. Traditionally Falafels are not considered a vegan food but this simple recipe steps up to save the day.

In case you just clicked this recipe because you are curious about what a falafel is, don't feel bad. It wasn't that long ago that I didn't know either. It depends a lot on where you are from as to whether you have ever heard of it before or not. But it's really not all that exotic. It's actually a pretty simple food.how to make vegan baked falafels with tabbouleh, tahini and zaatarAccording to wikipedia, a falafel is a Middle Eastern dish of spiced mashed chickpeas or other pulses formed into balls or fritters and deep-fried, usually eaten with or in pita bread. Now you may be thinking to yourself, yum that sounds good. Deep fried anything sounds good to many people!

Tossed with pomegranate seeds, sliced fennel, parsley, and garnished with lemon zest, this thing will not let you walk away. Its perfect baking results in a lovely golden hue and firm falafels. These delicately moist little morsels are delightful on your tongue. And they really are quite versatile and appropriate to serve for many different occasions.

The chickpeas are boiled to soften and still retained its texture. Chickpeas really are the hero vegan food that saves the day here. Then to top it off, there’s the tabbouleh and tahini dressing to add a toasty flavor and fragrant smell. Serve with sprinkle of sesame seeds and greens on the side, this attractive dish will be gone in no time.

These photos and great vegan falafel recipe were invented by the Happy Hearted Kitchen. Get the recipe for this Vegan Baked Falafels With Tabbouleh by clicking here.


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