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so i`ve started to look at ways of improving my home life , so one way is to try to make my kids happier, so i`ve being looking up on the net and looking at cooking websites and masha`llah i have found many new things i can do

so the first thing i have tried is falfeal , the first time i made them they were ok but i didn`t really enjoy them so i decided to try again and masha``allah they turned out really well and didn`t break so heres how they looked

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  1. MasyaAllah, they looked wonderful !
    How come this is not in the MMC food contest ? ... or at least share the recipe thread ? ;)
    Loving your blog sis......... keep it up :)

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  2. ahhh jazak`allah khair sis it means so much that you actually came and read my little blog

    you are so sweet, i was going to put it into mmc and didn`t realise the time was up but insha`allah i will post it soon

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  3. masha'allah...about time you joined the blogging world.... the falafel look yummy too masha'allah
    xxx

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  4. jazak`allah khair well i have a good mentor....glad you like the falafel xxxxx

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  5. The felafel looks fantastic, please share the recipe. How did you eat them? As they are or wrapped up in bread with lots of salad and humous, tahini or Mayo?

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  6. ok nicola i found the recipe on the net so i decided to try it

    it was

    2 cups of chickpeas
    1 small onion
    4 cloves of garlic
    parsley and coriander
    1 tbsp cumin
    1/2 tsp of salt + pepper
    1 tsp of ground coriander

    when i blended it together i place it in the fridge as i read on one of the post where i found it that it helps to stop it from breaking up

    we had ours with salad and mint yogurt dip

    it was masha`allah

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  7. Thanks for the recipe. Haven't made these in years but I really love them! Need to try making them again.

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  8. waiaki nicola

    and it`s so simple masha`allah

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  9. Jotting down the recipe as well ...Jazzak Allah Khair for sharing sis ...Can't wait to try it :hungry:

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  10. well i hope you do enjoy them naina , their so lite, you will have to let me know how they turn out

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