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Falafel waffles?

4Snisl | Mar 9, 201007:41 AM     22

In the blogosphere, I've been seeing a couple of posting about how to make falafels without deep-frying, and have been intrigued by the idea of making waffled falafel patties using the waffle iron!

I usually make falafels from dried, soaked chickpeas that are ground up, not a mix (as it seems is often used by bloggers). Is the mix something that is essential for a successful result? Any other tips you might suggest for this project?

Am hoping to make this weekend (I own the food processor, friend owns the waffle iron....) I have hopes that the waffle iron will produce crisp outsides and moist insides with minimal mess or excess fat. But if that fails, maybe we'll do a line-up of deep-fried, sauteed and baked ones in addition and see what works best.....

Thanks!

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