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Felafel

 
 
 
so this pic is from the first real post i made when starting my blog .... it has become a favorite with us and as time goes by i get better and better at making them 
so what i use to make them is a recipe i found on line but now cant remember where exactly i got it form .... i think it was a youtube video

2 cups of chickpeas ( i use the ones that we soak over night )
i medium onion
4/5 cloves of garlic
black pepper
cumin
coriander   ( powdered)
salt
a small handful of parsely
small handful of  fresh coriander

mix in blender and then place in a container and put in the fridge until ready to use 
fry in oil 
serve with salad ... and any dip of choice .... we did a mint yoghourt  dip

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  1. I use a very similar recipe mashaAllah!

    jazakillahu khayran!

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  2. I absolutely love felafel - I must have a go at making them again; it's been a long time!

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  3. masha`allah nicola you should give it a go again....they have become a favorite here in my house

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