This falafel doesn’t have a lot of ingredients, it’s just chickpeas, some herbs and spices and almond meal to bind it, and unlike traditional falafel it’s baked, not fried.
I particularly love the texture of nutty chickpeas and tender couscous together in this dish, – its hearty and toothsome.
Cauliflower and chickpea make a hearty and healthy pair, and the added quinoa makes it a complete meal.
Turmeric and the citrus flavours brighten the salad, making for a delightful combination.
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