What is falafel?
Falafel is a type of Indian origin croquette, usually prepared in the kitchen of India, Pakistan or the Middle East (especially in Lebanon and Turkey). It can be made with beans, chickpeas or the two pulses at a time. However, increasingly often it appears only made with chickpeas, especially in Western countries where more and more is becoming prevalent in the habit of eating exotic products.
How to make falafel?
- 800 g of raw chickpeas.
- Put the croquettes on a tray. Place them separately from each other.
- When hot, fry the croquettes wit the oil covering roughly half of the croquettes. Leave fry without stirring for 1 minute. Then, turn them over to fry the other side.
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