Recipe Directions

Blend all the ingredients (apart from the greens (parsley & cilantro)), then add chopped greens. (May add some finely chopped jalapeños or cayenne pepper if you like it hot.) Put mixture in the fridge for an hour. Then, form balls and dust them with a mix of dulse flakes & chopped nuts (this touch just gives the falalefs a “cooked” look). Enjoy! P.S. Chickpeas are the base, you can throw in any nuts for a different flavour. P.P.S. Play with the quantities—my measurements are approximations: I always taste and see. P.P.P.S. Falafels are great with a hot sauce (simply blend a tomato with a jalapeño, garlic and some lemon juice). Enjoy!

Smarinalee's Thoughts

Raw-raw falafels: for those who do not like to dehydrate their food. The “crust” makes these ones look “cooked”.

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Thanks, I hope you'll like them. :-)

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This looks and sounds so much better than cooked Falafel! I enjoyed Falafel but always found them to be dry. I am going to try this recipe. Great picture too!!

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