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Jenny 3 months ago
This is my 2nd time using this recipe and both times it came out perfectly This time I doubled up on the seasonings and chickpea flour, added tahini and lemon juice all recommended by someone else in Yummly. Simply delicious!
Bhavana S. 4 months ago
Turned out pretty good.
Mitra Qamsari 4 months ago
We all loved it. The only reason that I gave four stars is that it's too crunchy inside and out. I preferred it to be a little bit moist inside.
Monica 4 months ago
Awesome!!! Loved it and super easy
Hannah Perkins 5 months ago
Delicious! Tasted as good/better than our local takeout. Definitely make sure the oil is the right temp and use dry chickpeas rather than canned.
Erica L. 5 months ago
Wasn't that great first attempt at making falafels
Sophie 6 months ago
My balls wouldn’t stick together, but that was probably me doing something wrong. My whole family loved them, but agree the flavor was a little bland. :)
Nicole Garay 6 months ago
Great recipe however I added double parsley, garlic, and double spices. amazing
Alexandra Medina 7 months ago
Could have used a bit more flavor but still came out good. Everyone enjoyed them.
Marian Harris 7 months ago
Whipped to thin needed more flower still delicious
Mandy Screven 8 months ago
I added a lot more spices to achieve the taste I wanted and I used my Air-Fryer! Which works perfectly! I used lemon zest, lemon juice, 2 tbsp of tahini, 8 cloves garlic, doubled the cumin, doubled the coriander, and the salt and pepper- we loved them!
BRIAN HICKS SR 9 months ago
Great, in grapeseed oil and an air fryer.
Lorraine P. 9 months ago
Looking forward to trying this recipe. For 20+ years I've been using a prepackaged mix from a Middle Eastern market I love. I would, hover, like to tell Stefanie Ricci that there is a vast difference between ground coriander (ground dry seeds) and fresh coriander (cilantro leaves).
Paul Fuge a year ago
Tried to use a blender and broke it. Turned out really good otherwise.
Stefanie Ricci a year ago
Great flavour, they didn’t fall apart when I tried them like some other reviews mentioned I didn’t add ground coriander as I had fresh and used half the cayenne as suggested and they still had bite! Must have been all the garlic. Made enough for dinner plus leftovers and I can even freeze some .
Stephanie L. a year ago
Loved it! Making it for a potluck!
pyc a year ago
Ever since we moved I have been looking for a falafel recipe to replace the falafel sandwichs we used to get from Woody's Oasis. These are so good. Crispy outside with a yummy garlicky inside. Made sandwiches with regular fixings and pickled turnips just like I remembered. Didn't find a turnip recipe on this site so used David Lebowitz's recipe.
Kelly a year ago
Despite it being a bit chunkier than necessary (I don't have a food processor so it was a blender and a masher), they were great!! I used only 1 tsp of baking soda but it helped with the heavier texture. My kids had never had falafels before and even my picky eater gobbled down his share of 'chickpea doughnuts' while my oldest was dreaming up all sorts of ways to eat the leftovers (in pitas, subs, plain, with tomato sauce like meatballs) - he was disappointed that there weren't any left!!! Next time!
Auri a year ago
It turn out great. I love it Thanks
Josephine P. a year ago
The only thing I followed was the amount of beans and onions lol. I used half chickpeas/half black eyed peas, Adobo, ginger, cilantro, etc.. it came out really well!
Melissa Dunnink a year ago
Good, but I personally like it with more flavor. I will add more spices next time
Janis Cohen 2 years ago
Delicious! I cooked them on a griddle instead of frying them. Definitely will use this recipe again.
Diane B. 2 years ago
Super! The falafels held together really well I did use chickpea flour instead of all purpose and an ice cream scoop to scoop and pack it together. Would absolutely make these again and maybe just alter the fixins to go with a little bit. Great recipe who knew it as so easy!
Peter 2 years ago
My rendition was to make them flatter that way they would cook up more quickly with less oil. Also, as I was forming them they fell apart somewhat when I added them to the pan. Bottomline: they tasted great! I ate all the scraps (which was much, but WTH!). I will make again but first I will order a falafel scooper and follow directions more closely.
Lee-Anne Theron 2 years ago
The recipe turned out great!
Darren Berg 2 years ago
Awesome. Will make again
Tristan Vanfossen 2 years ago
good stuff, tasted fantastic
Jenna Nicole 2 years ago
The taste was delicious but my chick oeas were too dry ( were they old?) the falafel fell apart but we ate the fried crumbs. Anyway in our pitas. My son suggested that we freeze the rest and fry from frozen tomorrow...... ill let you know how it goes Ok so we froze on cookie sheet fir about an hour to firm up because i think I used too much chick pea... they were So crunchy and delicious
Yo 2 years ago
Best falafel recipe I have tried! 10 stars!!
JBW 2 years ago
Simply wondefful! This recipe is so easy and the falafel is yummy....or, should I say yummly?! Thank you very much.