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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


  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 :)

  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

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

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

  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?

  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

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

  8. waiaki nicola

    and it`s so simple masha`allah

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

  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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