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Recipe For Baked Felafel — 34 Comments

  1. Sounds great, I will try this using a little egg and some rye breadcrumb to hold it together a bit. I VERY rarely deep fry anything, I find it just revolting!

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    • Let me know how it works with the egg! I think it will hold together far better 🙂

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  2. Tahini in the felafel mixture, sounds very good, I love felafel and welcome variations.

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    • I also love to snack on them 🙂

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  3. I rarely deep fry things. Although I don’t mind eating them, something about the splattering oil isn’t very pleasant!
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ What Do You Pack For A Trip?My Profile

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    • I don’t like the smell of the oil either 🙂

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  4. Tandy, Pitta bread and hummus has always been one of my favourite snacks! But I’ve never tried felafel. Project!
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    • Pita and hummus are favourite snacks of mine as well!

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  5. These look ridiculously tasty 🙂

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru
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    • They were very tasty indeed Uru 🙂

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  6. Hi Tandy, this looks wonderful, will have to give it a try soon. I also avoid frying on a regular basis.
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    • Let me know when you’ve tried them Usha 🙂

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  7. These look fantastic! I too love felafel, but don’t want to make them due to the deep frying. This is perfect!
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    • Thanks Sarah 🙂

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  8. No, I never deep fry anything, Tandy, but I’d love to taste one of these. 🙂
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    • They were quite delicious AD 🙂

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  9. They can be crumbly but they taste so good!
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    • and it is all in the taste 🙂

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  10. I tried the veggie thing for a couple of months when I was younger but the second I smelt bacon frying it was all over! I am so weak!
    Your Felafel sound lovely.
    When I looked at the airfryer I was concerned about the small cooking compartment – so would love to hear what your readers have to say who own one.
    🙂 Mandy
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    • Bacon is a decider! I have not even looked at the inside of the airfryer – I shall take a peek next time I see one 🙂

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  11. I love falafel! Yum!
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    • I could eat them for lunch most days 🙂

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  12. i love felafel! What a great recipe!
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    • thank you Joanne 🙂

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  13. They look delish and I actually have an air fryer but have no idea on what to do with it 🙂 Maybe I should try your recipe 🙂

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    • Sue also has some recipes on her blog to try Hope 🙂

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  14. Very good snack food. I remember some good falafel places in St John’s Wood in London.
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    • I shall have to try one of the places in London when we are next there Roger 🙂

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  15. I try to avoid deep frying too and I too want to get an airfryer! If you find out something or how it cooks please let me know!The felafels look absolutely mouthwatering!
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    • If I do get one I will definitely blog about it 🙂

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  16. I never fry anything either. I would love to give your baked version of felafels a try as they look great!
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    • please let me know what you think if you do give them a try Barb 🙂

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  17. Lovely post Tandy. I have never made felafel before but the recipe seems simple enough. I also prefer to not deep fry anything and if I really have to I will shallow fry instead. Deep frying isn’t an option with koeksisters though but I rarely make them so every now and then is probably ok 🙂
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    • Someone baked koeksisters last year for the cookathon and they looked delicious! I am going to try that sometime 🙂

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