Falafel Premium PD Recipe

2015-05-12
Falafel - © ProtectiveDiet.com

If you’ve experienced the awesomeness of falafel, you must be excited to get your hands on this oil-free recipe and start planning your Middle Eastern feast. If you haven’t had the pleasure of enjoying one yet, I would like to describe what they are. They are basically the hushpuppy of the Middle East. Flavorful, deep fried nuggets packed with copious amounts of nutrition. When I was creating this recipe I watched as Middle Eastern men chopped herbs and soaked beans. I had been enjoying these fried nuggets for years and had no idea how ridiculously healthy the ingredients were. I cut the oil out and man-oh-man we have a nugget of protection. I was combining all the ingredients each one more powerful and protective than the next, and remarking I should eat a PD falafel every day.

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Comments (7)

  1. posted by Jane Swart on April 20, 2017

    These were outstanding and easy enough for me to make on a weeknight. And I NEVER cook on weeknights!

  2. posted by Colleen-a-bean on July 14, 2015

    Guys I am very excited about this recipe but here it is 630 in the morning all the ingredients are combined in the balls and stick together. Did I do something wrong?

    • posted by Julie Marie on July 15, 2015

      Hi Colleen,
      Process the mixture a little longer. It should look like very very fine bits. Cup the balls gently together and bake.

  3. posted by PlantCook on June 1, 2015

    I love this recipe and it made a quanty that will last me for many meals. Thank you Julie.

  4. posted by Dorothy on May 31, 2015

    These taste just like the older Greek couple make them at their Greek restaurant here in our town. I can’t use the King Sauce so I used my favorite, your Caesar salad dressing.

    Even the dressing tasted like the tahini sauce they serve in the restaurant with the falafel‘s. I use the pinto beans instead of the other beens, so it may give it a little more hearty flavor. They were so so incredibly good! Thank you Julie one of my favorite foods…;-)

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