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MM: Felafel ---------- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.02 Title: Felafel Categories: Vegetables Yield: 5 servings 1/2 lb Dried chickpeas 1 lg Garlic clove 1 lg Onion 1/2 ts Cumin 1/2 ts Corriander 6 Sprigs fresh parsley 1/8 ts Cayenne 1/4 ts Baking powder Cover dried peas with water and let soak overnight. drain.Put in a food processor with half the onion, garlic and spices etc. Blend to a fine puree. empty into bowl and puree second half.Add baking powder and mix well. Wet hands and form into balls the size of a walnut. May roll in some flour to coat and deep fry in hot oil till golden. Serve with a hummus dip in pita. Or eat with a salsa sauce. Note: do not use canned chickpeas with this recipe. -----

Falafel


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MM: Felafel
---------- Recipe via
Meal-Master (tm) v8.02

Title: Felafel
Categories: Vegetables
Yield: 5 servings

1/2 lb Dried chickpeas
1 lg
Garlic clove
1 lg
Onion
1/2 ts
Cumin
1/2 ts Corriander
6 Sprigs fresh
parsley
1/8 ts
Cayenne
1/4 ts
Baking powder

Cover dried peas with water and let soak overnight.
drain.Put in a food processor with half the onion,
garlic and spices etc. Blend to a fine puree. empty
into bowl and puree second half.Add
baking powder and
mix well. Wet hands and form into balls the size of a
walnut. May roll in some flour to coat and deep fry in
hot oil till golden. Serve with a hummus dip in pita.
Or eat with a
salsa sauce. Note: do not use canned
chickpeas with this recipe.

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