Vegan & Gluten-free Green Falafel #vegan #appetizers

Vegan & Gluten-free Green Falafel #vegan #appetizers

I made Falafel at home I never utilized enough parsley or cilantro to get them to have a green shading within. So I thought I'd venture up the game and include a portion of the green collards I had in the cooler. What's more, yeesss… at long last… green Falafel!

Collard greens are an astonishing source of nutrient A, C, K, calcium, and manganese. So they are the ideal expansion to protein-rich falafel. this time I've utilized canned chickpeas. The Falafel are considerably faster to make since they don't require the dried chickpeas to drench medium-term. Definitely to unconstrained Falafels!

On the off chance that you have a nourishment processor, these Green Falafels are very simple to make. Simply rush up the green collard leaves and chickpeas, blend in the flavors and chickpea flour, structure little patties and sear them. Simple as that! What I truly like about this recipe is, that you don't need to choose a day ahead in case you're making falafel in light of the fact that the chickpeas don't require drenching.


Vegan & Gluten-free Green Falafel #vegan #appetizers

These falafel are made utilizing canned chickpeas and they're sautéed in the search for gold brisk falafel!


  • 3 large green collard leaves
  • 17 oz canned chickpeas
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon lime juice
  • 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 2 tablespoons besan/chickpea flour
  • 1 tablespoon canola oil


  1. Wash the green collard leaves and remove the stems, roll it up and blitz it in the food processor until fine.
  2. Drain the chickpeas (save the water for some Aquafaba magic, if you like) and add them to the food processor and blitz until broken up.
  3. Transfer the mixture into a large bowl, add in the salt, garlic powder, lime juice and give it a good mix.
  4. Add in the chickpea flour into the mix until you can form little patties (I've added 2 tablespoons).
  5. Heat a large pan with the canola oil (the bottom should be coated) and add in the Falafel once the oil is hot. Let it pan-fry (on medium to high heat) for about 7 minutes on each side. They should be crispy on the outside and soft but not mushy on the inside.

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