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If you have ever been in Israel, you’ve probably noticed that many fast food restaurants are selling Falafel. No wonder,- it’s cheap, healthy and so tasty …
Although the Falafel became Israel’s national food , it’s an Egypting food. Falafel can be served as an appetizer with hummus, or as a main course.
Let’s make Falafel… Bon Aptit!
• 1 cup dried chickpeas
• 1 large onion, chopped
• 2 cloves of garlic, chopped
• 3 tablespoons of fresh parsley, chopped
• 1 teaspoon coriander
• 1 teaspoon cumin
• 2 tablespoons flour
• Oil for frying
1) Place dried chickpeas in a bowl, covering with cold water. Allow to soak overnight. Omit this step if using canned beans.
2) Drain chickpeas, and place in pan with fresh water, and bring to a boil.
3) Allow to boil for 5 minutes, then let simmer on low heat for about an hour.
4) Drain and allow to cool for 15 minutes.
5) Combine chickpeas, garlic, onion, coriander, cumin, salt and pepper in a medium bowl. Add flour.
6) Mash chickpeas, ensuring to mix ingredients together. You can also combine ingredients in a food processor. You want the result to be a thick paste.
7) Form the mixture into small balls, about the size of a ping pong ball. Slightly flatten.
8 ) Fry in 2 inches of oil at 350 degrees until golden brown (5-7 minutes).
Falafel Song -
Every country here in the world
Has a national dish that’s known to everyone,
And every child in kindergarten knows that
The meal of macaroni is Italian.
The Austrians in Vienna have tasty schnitzel
And the French eat frogs
The Chinese eat fine and delicate rice,
And the cannibals eat one another.
And we have falafel,
falafel, falafel,a present for Dad
Even Mom buys it here,For old Grandma
we‘ll buy half a portion
And even the mother-in-law will get today
falafel, falafel with lots and lots of peppers.
Once when a Jew came to Israel
He kissed the ground and blessed the creator
Today, he just gets off the plane
And already goes to buy falafel and drink pop
Around here we don’t have a king, just a president
But we’ve already reached a peak in the kingdom
Around here each day a new king rises -
A “happy” one, the second “desperate”
Because we have falafel, falafel, falafel,
From here they sell to the majority,
The whole street smellsת Fragrances of sesames
And paraffin oil.
And one can even get heartburn From falafel, falafel
With lots and lots of peppers.
To make falafel is not easy,
To make falafel is an art,
And any Yemenite will be able to distinguish
Between falafel of an amateur or an artist
The funniest thing is, Almighty God,
falafel made by ashkenazis!
In such a falafel you’ll always taste
A weird type of taste of gefilte fish.
Only we have falafel,
Lechol medinah kan ba’olam
ma’achal le’umi hamukar lechulam,
vekol yeled bagan yode’a ki
ha’ochel macaroni hu italki.
La’Ostrim beVienna schnitzel ta’im,
vehatzarfatim ochlim tzfarde’im
hasinim ochlim orez dak verazeh,
vehakanibalim ochlim zeh et zeh.
Velanu yesh falafel,falafel, falafel,
le’aba matanah ת gam ima kan konah,
lesavta haz’kenah , nik’neh chatzi manah.
Vegam hachotenet hayom tekabel
falafel, falafel, im harbeh harbeh harbeh pilpel.
Pa’am k’sheba yehudi leyisrael
nishek la’adamah uverach ha”gomel.”
Hayom, hu rak yored min hamatos
uch’var koneh falafel veshoteh gazoz.
Etzlenu ein melech, yesh rak nasi,
aval bam’luchah kvar hesagnu si.
Etzlenu kol yom kam melech chadash -
echad “me’ushar” hasheni “meyo’ash.”
Ki lanu yesh falafel, falafel, falafel,
ki kan moch’rim larov, meri’ach kol har’chov
reichot shel sumsumin , veshemen parafin.
Vegam tzarevet efshar po lekabel mi falafel, falafel
im harbeh harbeh harbeh pilpel.
Falafel la’asot zeh lo pashut,
falafel la’asot zot omanut,
veyuchal lehav’chin kol ben teiman
bein falafel shel chovev o shel aman.
Hamatz’chik beyoter hu, allah el azim
falafel asui beyadei ashkenazim!
Bafalafel kazeh tamid tar’gish
min ta’am muzar shel gefilte fish.
Rak lanu yesh falafel, falafel, falafel….
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See you next week, Iris .
Recipe credit: mideastfood.about