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Carrot Falafels

Chickpeas, carrots and spices! That's all you'll need to make these healthy protien packed nibbles. Here we use a MagiMix but you can even use the back of a fork to crush your chickpeas.

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Recipe Ingredients

400g tin chickpeas – drained and dried kitchen paper or clean cloth
100g carrot – peeled & grated
2 tsp aromatic blend

Optional Ingredients

Optional: tabbouleh, chopped salad, couscous, tzatziki, flatbreads, hummus, sesame seeds, feta cheese, olives

Recipe Instructions

Prepare vegetables as described.

For best results use a food processor or hand blender to create a rough pasty mixture with all of the ingredients. If you have neither of the above try using a masher or the back of a fork.

Taste the mixture and add more salt if necessary.
 
Divide the mixture into 12 and roll in your hands to create flattish balls. Sprinkle with seeds at this point if you like. You could also make bigger burger size patties if you prefer.
 
You can either cook these flat balls in a frying pan with a little oil or place them baking on a greased baking tray and cook at 180’C for 20 minutes, flipping part way through cooking.

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