Make these tasty and nutritious pattie recipes to eat in rolls, sandwiches, burgers or as part of a Lebanese feast. Healthy and delicious!
This vegie burger is an alternative to its beefy cousin. It's high in fibre and actually tastes delicious.
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.
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.
A chickpea burger is a good alternative. Slap them on at your next barby or fry them up for lunch or dinner.
This classic falafel recipe is delicious served in a pita bread with yoghurt cucumber sauce and tomatoes.
These tasty chickpea burgers are quick, healthy (baked not fried - though you could fry them) and cheap. Served with either a green salad or on a bun with salsa, they make a nice main meal or party snack.
Make these falafel from scratch and serve in Lebanese bread or in pita bread pockets with a colourful crunchy salad.
Quick and easy chickpea patties, a good alternative to meat.
Try these bite-sized falafel with a simple vegetable casserole. Made with canned chickpeas and then baked, the falafel are quick and easy to prepare. They're good cold as well as hot.
A great option for vegetarian or vegan BBQ. These chickpea burgers are easy to prepare in advance and can be cooked on a barbecue plate or in a frypan.