You’ve heard about them.
You know they’re an ancient treat.
So, have you ever thought to create them in your very own home?
Why do we look the other way when it comes to creating a homemade falafel? Is it too hard? Is it the deep-frying? Well, it’s time! Time to make something you’ve never thought you could create. Follow our easy peasy recipe, with minimal effort and time…
No Hassle Baked Falafel
Traditionally, falafels were made with fava beans and fried to make a delectable crispy coat but today we are mastering the falafel with the goodness of chickpeas. No need to test out those deep-frying skills because turning on your oven might be the hardest step!
To start on your first falafel making experience, pick up the following ingredients:
1 ½ cup Kabuli! Chickpeas*
½ cup onion
½ Tsp salt
3 tbsp olive oil
½ cup packed parsley leaves
¼ cup cilantro
3 garlic cloves
½ Tsp cumin
1 tsp coriander
½ Tsp baking powder
1 tsp lemon juice
For the next step a food processor or blender may come in handy, but it isn’t a must. If you are without those appliances, just grab a fork or a potato masher and use some elbow grease for the alternative. Blend all ingredients together until our Kabuli! Chickpeas are chopped and thoroughly mixed with all ingredients. Next, create small patties from the dough, roughly 2″ wide, and place onto a non-stick baking sheet. Bake these delicious treats for fifteen minutes, at 375° F, then flip and bake another ten minutes. Let the patties rest for five minutes as you prepare your pita toppings. You’ll know they’re done in the oven when they start to have a beautiful crispy look.
Our test kitchen loves to whip up these oh-so-yummy treats for lunch with toppings from the garden and pitas from our local bakery. Don’t forget to find your favorite tahini dressing from your local grocery store too.
We hope this easy No Hassle Baked Falafel recipe allows you to enjoy the tradition of this dish in your very own home with our 13 Foods Kabuli! Chickpeas.