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Falafels blend

Falafels blend

Middle Eastern cuisine spotlight with the falafels blend

Immerse yourself in the enchanting flavors of the Middle East with this blend. Use it for preparing your falafels but also in a salad, yogurt sauce, or meatballs.

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How to Incorporate the Falafels Blend into Your Cuisine?

The falafels blend is a perfect spice mix to bring your Mediterranean dishes to life. Use it to season roasted vegetables, add a spicy kick to chickpea salads, or flavor marinades for vegetarian kebabs. With this versatile blend, the culinary possibilities are endless, allowing you to create deliciously spicy dishes full of flavor.

Some Recipe Ideas for Cooking with the Falafels Blend

  • - Crispy Herb Falafels: Add 2 tablespoons of falafels blend to cooked and mashed chickpeas (See recipe) ;
  • - Mediterranean Salad: Marinate your chicken breasts with 1 tablespoon of the blend and once cooked, add them to your salad;
  • - Wrap Sauce: Add 2 teaspoons of falafels blend to a yogurt and garlic sauce to spread on your wraps;
  • - Mediterranean Burgers: Marinate your burger meat (or vegetables) with 1 tablespoon of falafels blend.

The Intense Taste of Falafels

The flavors of the falafels blend are dominated by the herbaceous side such as parsley, coriander, and cumin, which give it a spicy note. Added to this are nuances of warmth and depth from the presence of cayenne pepper and cumin.

The Botany Behind the Falafels Blend

The falafels blend brings together a selection of ingredients with distinct botanical profiles. Parsley, a popular herb, offers herbaceous freshness and a touch of greenery. Paprika, derived from sweet peppers, adds vibrant color and a sweet, slightly smoky flavor. Cumin, an ancient spice, brings earthy warmth and distinctive flavor depth. Garlic, a member of the allium family, contributes with its pungent aroma and characteristic flavor. Coriander, with its leaves and seeds used in cooking, offers lemony freshness and citrus notes.

The History of Falafels

Falafels are small fried balls, traditionally made from chickpeas or fava beans, and seasoned with herbs and spices. Their origin dates back to ancient Egypt, where they have been consumed for millennia. However, their popularity spread throughout the Middle East, becoming a staple food in the region's cuisine. Over time, falafels have spread worldwide, becoming a beloved dish for their unique flavor and crispy texture. Today, they are enjoyed as a healthy and delicious meal option, often served in pita bread with fresh vegetables, tahini sauce, or hummus. Whether you're vegetarian, vegan, or just a fan of international cuisine, falafels offer a culinary experience rich in history and flavors. Discover the history and delicious tradition of falafels at your next meal!

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Allergen Sulfites / Sulphites
Native country FRANCE
Ingredients parsley, paprika, cumin, garlic (SULPHITES), coriander, sumac, onion,
Cayenne chili pepper.
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.

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