Green And Yellow Pea Falafel – Food Pharmacy

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Green And Yellow Pea Falafel

The recommended daily intake of fruits and vegetables is 500 grams (and 25-35 grams of fiber). Today’s recipe is one that makes getting that 500 grams easy peasy! One the menu is a pea falafel!

This recipe is so nom you will wonder why you even bothered with meatballs in the first place. Don’t get us wrong though – it doesn’t taste like meatballs. But it’s definitely one of the best falafel recipes we’ve tried and we’ve tried a lot!

The flavor is a perfect balance. The texture is everything you could ask for in a falafel and the ingredient list is like sweet music for a nutrient hunter’s ears.


Green And Yellow Pea Falafel

  • By : Food Pharmacy
  • Servings : 25 1x


1 cup frozen green peas, thawed

150 g dried yellow peas

1 yellow onion, diced

2 garlic cloves, crushed

1 Tbsp vegetable bouillon (or one cube)

1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley

1 tsp paprika

2 Tbsp tahini

organic virgin coconut oil for frying


Soak the yellow peas for 8 hours/overnight. Pour off the water and rinse thoroughly. Add the yellow peas to a food processor with the green peas, onion. parsley, bouillon, paprika and tahini. Mix into a smooth batter. Roll the batter into round balls and fry in a frying pan while gently rotating until cooked through. Eat with whatever your heart desires.



Wet your hands while rolling the falafels to prevent the batter from sticking to your hands!

Also, we love falafels with things like large salad, in homemade tortilla bread or with roasted vegetables and dipping sauces.



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