EASY VEGAN FALAFEL | THE HAPPY PEAR

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We love sandwiches, wraps, paninis, rolls, anything that is tasty and you can eat it on the go. Whenever we go away we always search out a good falafel wrap, its a go too, safe vegan option you can find in most cities. This recipe is easy to make and stores for 3 or 4 days in the fridge so you can have a healthy delicious meal at the ready.

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Comments

2075vj says:

I can’t believe no Tamari? Thanks for sharing

daze says:

I love healthy food.

tina wong says:

🌸❤️🌸❤️Looks very delicious yummy thanks …would make but don’t have food processor damn it💖💜💖💜

Mike Skylark says:

HUMMUS = LIFE

Mike Skylark says:

Chilled delicious recipe video. Hello to Ireland! 🙂

Tracy Kelly says:

Looks amazing, I love your new cookbook.

mmaricler says:

It looks Delicious Thank you!!!

James Robbins says:

Rocken Falafel!

Sarah Abbott says:

I tried the recipe, came out very soggy so I added extra flour and baked them, which took about 45 mins. Written recipe has 6 Tbsp of oil, I think this is meant for the frying, not to be included in the mix! I enjoyed the taste, but next time I will try a different brand of less mushy tinned chickpeas (maybe dry them a bit, not just drain them) and without the oil!

Micke Hirsch says:

Nope does not work with the brand canned chickpeas I used. Just falls apart into mush. Maybe the canned ones differ in quality? I have always done mine with soak ones after my first attempt with canned ones that ended in disaster. So I was pretty happy to find this recipe. Shame it did not work.

m beaudet says:

The perfect streak is over. For the 1st time, I really didn't like a Happy Pear recipe. Nobody's perfect 🙂 It's very likely I'll enjoy the next one just like the many before this one.

funcash says:

You make cooking simple and fun. Thank you

babaghanoush says:

Tried this falafel in Golan that has sesame, not just Tahini, real sesames. One of the best falafel I’ve ever had.

joseph dunn says:

Huge recommendation: I lived in Israel 50 years ago and the entire Middle East when making the falafel balls deep fries them…
1) deep fry the balls
2) open the pita and fill with the balls and Israeli salad(diced tomatoes, and cucumber) and add humas and if you can take the hot spices
add Israeli harif (hot sauce).
3) you can add other ingredients if you desire.
Falafels are one of my favorites. 🥒🍅🥙

Sophie Simon says:

Mine turned to mush when I tried to try them ☹

Ria says:

This looks truly delicious on my list to make. Thank you.

JMK says:

Love falafel and often wondered how some companies made them lighter and fluffier. Now I know. Will definately try these. Thanks.

mixed up paint says:

Nice I’ll be trying these soon 💚🥳💚🔥

Will Kirkham says:

If you like Vegan food try Bosh,Wil Yeung or Vegan Richa..you wont be disappointed!

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