Vegan Dehydrated Falafel Balls

Falafel is an ancient dish that has been popular in Egypt and now the rest of the Middle East.

It is one of the best vegan things that you can get when you dine out. It is very fulfilling and goes perfectly with a salad and humus.

This recipe is a little different from a traditional one but equally delicious.

Ingredients:

Half cup flax seeds

Massive handful parsley

Half cup sesame

Half cup sunflower seeds

5 small carrots

2 red bell peppers

3 tbsp apple vinegar

2 tbsp curry

1 onion

1 big lime, squeezed

1 tsp of coconut Aminos

Preparation:

1 batch: put 1 cup in a dry container and blend until flour consistence

2 batch: put diced parsley, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, carrots and bell pepper and onion in a food processor. Squeeze 1 lime and add Aminos, curry and vinegar. Keep it running until the substance reaches rice size.

Put both batches into a big salad bowl and massage it altogether into a dough, add a quarter cup of water to help bind the consistency.

Make medium balls and put them in a dehydrator for 5-8 hours depending on how dry would you like your falafel to be.

If you don’t have a dehydrator you can easily eat it raw or make a patty and fry it with coconut oil. It can be a vegan used in a taco or as a burger “meat”.

 

Buen provecho!

 

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2017-04-06T01:11:37+00:00

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Alsu is a traveling professional photographer, blogger and a language coach. She is dedicated to empowering people to expand their lives through language, travel and a location independent lifestyle.

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