falafel

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n falafel small croquette of mashed chick peas or fava beans seasoned with sesame seeds
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Usage


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Makes about 20 falafels .
Use a falafel mold to shape falafels into circles and drop into oil.
Fluffy falafel , handmade shawarma at Wicker Park spot.
Because when you see a place called " Falafel and Grill," you're not expecting to find juicy hunks of beef and chicken shawarma.
Green papaya salad, fresh kale, steamed buns, and falafel .
An oldie, and a great one at that, the falafel is a Middle Eastern/African treat of debated origin, It would seem they originated in Egypt, where they were made mostly of fava beans.
Ed Murray/The Star-Ledger The shawarma platter with rice and salad, plus pita bread and a side order of falafel , at Mamoun's in Hoboken.
The Falafel Wars have broken out in the Mile Square City.
I know that in my days of Doc Martens and an endless Smiths loop, I downed more than a few falafels .
That's because the falafels of my youth were mostly awful.
We promised you more on this in the most recent Notes from the Weekend and now we're delivering — the beet falafel at Kanella (1001 Spruce St.) is straight ludicrous.
"I believe the falafel here is the best in Philadelphia," says chef/owner Konstantinos Pitsillides, never one to veil his culinary thoughts.
While it's more of a takeout counter than a restaurant, the tiny storefront Taim boasts one of the best all-vegetarian menus in town, thanks to its excellent falafel and smoothies.
A Falafel in Every Pita.
I n the 40 years since Mamoun's started stuffing pita pockets on Macdougal Street, much has changed on the falafel front.
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