There is nothing better than homemade falafel to eat in rolls, sandwiches, burgers or as part of a Lebanese feast.

    15 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    202 reviews

    This is a tasty vegan falafel that contains no eggs. Serve on Lebanese bread with tzatziki or tahini sauce, shredded lettuce and chopped tomato.

    Recipe by: Jean Marie

    3 reviews

    Falafels, the traditional Middle Eastern bean patties, are usually deep-fried. This updated version, delicately spiced and crunchy with grated carrot, is baked for a lower-fat result, but is just as delicious and is served in Lebanese bread with salad.

    Recipe by: Ariana Klepac

    1037 reviews

    This classic falafel recipe is delicious served in a pita bread with yoghurt cucumber sauce and tomatoes.

    Recipe by: Sean

    85 reviews

    It's falafel as you know it but shaped into patties not balls - while the traditional wrap is great, this is a tasty vegetarian alternative to beefburgers. Serve in a burger bun or pita.

    Recipe by: Jojo Pinko

    No reviews

    Make these falafel from scratch and serve in Lebanese bread or in pita bread pockets with a colourful crunchy salad.

    Recipe by: Zoë Harpham

    43 reviews

    This is an easy falafel using dried chickpeas that you soak for 24 hours. No eggs or bread crumbs either as filler; just tasty falafel!

    Recipe by: Marian

    155 reviews

    This is an easy to make falafel that is fried then baked. It includes all the traditional flavours including cumin, coriander and garlic.

    Recipe by: Bette

    1 review

    This recipe uses a combination of dried broad beans and dried chickpeas to make an authentic tasting falafel.

    Recipe by: Afiyet_olson

    2 reviews

    This is a great Middle Eastern dish that is simple to make and a real hit every time I make it (and amazingly cheap too). It is also good cold the next day for lunch.

    Recipe by: blueskyboy

    5 reviews

    You don't have to be a vegetarian to love falafel. This is my favourite version which employs mint, coriander and cumin. Serve in a pita with salad and mint sauce.

    Recipe by: Catherine

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