Top Rated Falafel Recipes

Falafel
Burgers can be good for you: This super healthy version shows you how.This recipe is courtesy of Minimalist Baker.
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Falafel
This recipe for falafel cuts down on preparation time. It's perfect for those who want an easier version of falafel. — Stacia_This recipe is courtesy of Stacia_ via Food.com.
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Falafel
A classic Middle Eastern mezze dish. Chickpeas and fava beans are ground and made into balls that are then deep-fried until crisp. Falafel can be served alone, in a pita, or atop a salad.
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Falafel and Hummus Pita
Staying true to authentic baking methods, these flatbreads are made with the finest ingredients using traditional baking methods. Stonefire recipes showcase the versatility of our flatbreads. In 15 minutes you can create a delicious, easy meal for you and your family!
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“College taught me many things, but in the food department I’m thankful that my college cafeteria introduced me to falafel. When I walked up to the vegetarian-friendly line my freshman year, I had never heard of the little fried chickpea balls, but the obsession started immediately after I bit into my first one. It took me a while to perfect a recipe to use at home, but I’ve found that the spice mixture below brings me back to that college cafeteria experience. I like adding quinoa to my falafel because it adds extra fiber and protein, as well as a boost in texture. Instead of deep-frying my falafel, I simply bake them to firm them up, then quickly pan-fry them to give them a good crunch on the outside. The refreshing tzatziki is tangy, cool, and a perfect balance to the spiced falafel patties.” — Katie Parker, author of The High-Protein Vegetarian CookbookClick here for more of our best falafel recipes. 
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Falafel Burgers
Rather than place these effortless burgers in our 30-minute dinner section, I’ve put them here because of two steps in the method that make all the difference to the taste and ease of these patties. First, start with dried beans to yield a burger that isn’t super mushy, and second, chill the mix before forming the burgers to make shaping them a lot less messy. If you’re going to cut corners to make this dish go from fridge to table fast, you can omit the chilling, but always use dried beans. —Laura Keogh, author of The School Year Survival Cookbook
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