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Falafel Chickpea turmeric and basil, served with tomato pesto

ingredients

servings

4

Chickpeas

200 oz

Chickpea flour

2 spoons

Shallots

1 unit

Turmeric

1 teaspoon

Black pepper

to taste

Pink salt

to taste

Basil

100 oz

Pachino tomatoes

100 oz

Dried pine nuts

50 oz

Pistachios

50 oz

Black olives

5 unit

Extra virgin olive oil

2 spoons

starters from Italy

Falafel Chickpea turmeric and basil, served with tomato pesto

Falafel Chickpea turmeric and basil, served with tomato pesto

vegan with nuts high in iron high in potassium high in phosphorus with good fats

ready in

20 minutes

difficulty

daily requirement

100% Fat

100% Protein

100% Carbohydrates

translated by Italian with google translate

Falafel Chickpea turmeric and basil, served with tomato pesto

An alternative version of falafel and vegan chickpea be enjoyed along with a sauce full of flavor:

Falafel Chickpea turmeric and basil, served with tomato pesto step 1

step 1

In the mixer put your chickpeas, a dolium wire, the shallot into small pieces, turmeric, 50 gr. basil, a pinch of salt and pepper and blend together until you have a smooth and firm dough

Falafel Chickpea turmeric and basil, served with tomato pesto step 2

step 2

At this point refrigerate for a 15in minutes until the compact further.

Falafel Chickpea turmeric and basil, served with tomato pesto step 3

step 3

After this short rest formed balls of dough with your hands and sprinkle with chickpea flour bread.

Falafel Chickpea turmeric and basil, served with tomato pesto step 4

step 4

Put your meatballs on baking sheet covered with parchment paper and bake in preheated oven at 180 degrees for about 15-20 minutes, until they are golden.

Falafel Chickpea turmeric and basil, served with tomato pesto step 5

step 5

Put in a blender the tomatoes, olives, pistachios, pine nuts, 50g of basil and a tablespoon of olive oil and blend it all until a creamy sauce to be served cold.

Falafel Chickpea turmeric and basil, served with tomato pesto step 6

step 6

As an aperitif, the falafel are great too cold, if you serve them instead as a second, I think are better suited lukewarm. However, both variants are great! Enjoy your meal

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