Ok guys. You know I love using cauliflower, in as much as I can. From sushi bowls, to egg fried “rice” to pizza, to fritters.
I did this recipe the other day, as I needed to make a “packed” lunch for my vegetarian, as she was on the road, and only after did I then have to figure out what I actually put in them, but don’t worry, I remembered, tried the recipe again, and all is well in the world of Food by Jill. 🙂
Falafels, as you might know, are deep fried balls that are made from chickpeas or fava beans – or even both, its a Middle Eastern favorite, served with fresh pita breads loads of hummus or pickled vegetables – and it’s a huge part of the street food culture in this countries. Rich in protein, it’s a brilliant snack option for vegetarians, or even kids lunchboxes.
1/2 head of Cauliflower
1 Handful of coriander
1 Handful of kale (stalks removed)
1 tin of chickpeas
2 teaspoons of baking powder
1/2 cup of brown rice flour
Seasonings like – ground cumin, chili, salt and pepper, paprika
Depending on your taste – go wild!
Process all of these ingredients in a food processor, until fairly smooth. Shape into little balls and deep fry until golden in coconut oil, on a medium heat.
I served these with thick cut roasted sweet potato chips, that I roasted with loads of fresh herbs, and also a pea “guacamole” – which was 1 cup of blanched peas, to 1 large avocado – blend the two and season with salt and pepper, and the juice of 2 limes! Rich in protein and so yummy!
5 thoughts on “Cauliflower falafels”
Jill, this just looks absolutely scrumptious!!! I’ll definitely try this out. Hope I get all the ingredients though, especially the kale??? Hugs and keep all those amazing creations-turn-into-delicious-munchies!!!
Hello hello!!! Thank you! If you can’t get kale, spinach is a good substitute ❤️❤️❤️❤️ send photos!!! Love you
oops…. keep them coming!!!
Mmm great recipie and loved the photos, I’m trying these out 🙂
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