A Middle Eastern specialty consisting of small, deep-fried croquettes or balls made of highly spiced, ground chickpeas. They are generally tucked inside pita bread, sandwich style, but can also be served as appetizers. A yogurt or tahini-based sauce is often served with falafel.
the vegetarian alternative to a shawarma. falafel itself consists of crushed chickpeas, rolled into balls and deep-fried. these individual falafels are flattened on pita bread, and garnished with lettuce, tomato, parsley and pickled turnips, and rolled into a cylindrical sandwich, just like a shawarma.
Middle Eastern balls of spiced ground chickpeas which are deep-fried and served in pita bread with a yogurt- or tahini-based sauce.
a Middle-Eastern snack made of balls of chick pea mush, which are then deep fried and typically served in a pita with a variety of toppings. Falafel is widely available in Israel and has often been called the "national snack."
ground and seasoned chickpeas pan fried or deep fried
A north African chickpea and sesame seed scone.
Middle Eastern street food of spiced chickpea fritters, often served in warm pitta bread
A Middle Eastern snack that is also known as ta'amica. It is considered the national dish of Egypt, but is popular throughout the Middle East. They are sold on every corner; from restaurants to side walk stands. A traditional falafel sandwich consists of six ground, deep-fried chickpea balls stuffed into pita bread along with finely cut up tomatoes, cucumbers, and tahini sauce.
Arabic dish made with chick peas and seasonings (Felafel)
Deep-fried balls of chickpeas. Popular in the Middle East and North Africa
small croquette of mashed chick peas or fava beans seasoned with sesame seeds
is a fried patty of garbanzo beans and spices eaten in Israel, Lebanon, Syria, New York City, and Ashland. Our mix is available at the Global Pantry Store.
Small deep-fried patties made of highly-spiced ground chick-peas
A Middle Eastern speciality consisting of small, deep-fried croquettes or balls made of highly spiced, ground chickpeas. They're generally tucked inside pita bread, sandwich style, but can also be served as appetisers. A yoghurt or tahini-based sauce is often served with felafel
A middle Eastern dish composed of small, deep-fried balls made of very spicy ground chick-peas. Normally tucked into pita bread or served alone as an appetizer.
Deep-fried balls of chick-peas and crushed wheat.
A popular Middle Eastern street food made of spiced...
Falafel (, , also known in Egypt and Sudan as Ø·Ø¹Ù…ÙŠØ©) is a fried ball or patty made from spiced fava beans and/or chickpeas. Originally invented by Egyptian bedouins, it has become a highly popular form of fast food in the Levant and in the Mashriq, where it is also served as a mezze (snack). Falafel is very popular and common in Israel and Syria.