These savory falafel waffles can be loaded with a tomato and cucumber salad, harissa, tahini sauce and more.
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Patty or ball, chickpeas or favas, served in a pita or solo, we love the Middle Eastern falafel every which way. Here are a few new untraditional ways to eat falafel.
This falafel bowl is loaded with quinoa, tomatoes, cucumbers, homemade tzatziki, and hummus to be a beautiful and filling vegetarian delight.
Flavorful, crispy falafel burgers are packed with protein and easy to serve, drizzled with a creamy tahini sauce.
This salad could cause you to have a serious obsession. It is crunchy, sweet, and tangy – full of texture and brightness with herbs and zip of Greek yogurt.
An exciting salad with falafel spiced, roasted chickpeas and a generous tahini dressing. Add seasonal vegetables to make it an easy warm-weather meal.
Carol Egbert makes a wonderfully tasty carrot falafel recipe for our reading pleasure.
An Indian twist to a Mediterranean street food. Herbed falafel dunked in rich almond sauce.
Whether you are packing a lunch or planning dinner, here is our guide to making beautiful grain bowls that are filling and loaded with great toppings. They’re sure to be cozy and brighten a winter day.
Stacked with fresh greens and a flavorful, homemade green olive-basil aioli, these white bean zucchini burgers are just the refreshing meal with tons of flavor that you need.
Swap out falafel for these sweet potato rounds served with chutney and yogurt in a naan wrap.
Tasting street food is much more than a quick and cheap bite. It is the best way of exploring the culture and traditions of the country you’re visiting.
This savory garlic feta dip is spiced with za’atar and perfect with summer vegetables.
These soft cauliflower kofta bites are inspired by falafel and served with a creamy tomato curry sauce. They’re perfect for entertaining, just open a red wine and you are set.
Switch up the traditional potato latkes by forming them with beets and carrots. Top with smoked salmon and horseradish sour cream, pour yourself a glass of red wine and sit back and enjoy the party.
Spice up your classic hummus recipe with new vegetables, like peas, and other flavorful additions.
Enjoying brunch out can sometimes be disappointing/expensive, the queues too long and you get rushed out before you could order a second mimosa coffee. Welcome to another Sunday Brunch recipe, made at home for you to enjoy.
Take a journey through the thought-provoking foods of Jordan.
When in Paris, we fill our hearts not only with romance, but our appetites with the oh-so-glorious food it has to offer. Frolick around one of the most beautiful cities in the world through the eyes of a Parisian.
Have a bunch of plain yogurt? Here are ten delicious things to transform it into.
In a city of ancient history, Jerusalem is also surprisingly home to a vibrant, innovative culinary scene.
Easily make homemade baba ganoush eggplant dip beautifully spiced with cinnamon and cumin as an appetizer or sandwich spread.
An easy side or main with shrimp or tofu, this Vietnamese-style noodle salad comes packed with vegetables and fresh herbs.
Here are the tips you need to pulling off a successful Labor Day gathering, plus a recipe for the perfect summer dip to keep your guests occupied while you finished up dinner on the grill.
Bun, condiments, tomato, lettuce, cheese, burger. There’s more! Check out these ways to top a burger that will leave your eaters speechless.
Show Dad that you can fend for yourself in the kitchen and choose a recipe that is decadent, spicy, or veggie loaded and fits your guy to a T.
Spring has sprung and crispy fritters with peas, crumbled feta, lemon zest and handfuls of fresh mint are in order.
No matter your reason for visiting, be sure to save plenty of time to explore the food scene when traveling to The Holy City.
From an authentic bagel to a foldable slice of pizza and all the fine dining spots in between, here are the foods that must be taste when in The Big Apple.
Create the simple Middle Eastern cheese and then flavor with fun spices to create a unique appetizer.
Looking for restaurant options for your off season trip to Cape May? Here are some of the best options in town.
Tian Lee explores a perfect weekend in Mendocino with charming inns, wine tasting, and seal spotting by kayak on Big River.
Try these spring vegetable recipes to help coax the warm weather out of hibernation.
Explore these cities through their flavorful and unique street food.
Celebrate Waffle Day with ten sweet or savory waffles. Champagne waffles anyone?
The San Francisco Bay Area is a a “Mecca” of good food – you will find cuisines from all parts of the world.
This Spiced Silverbeet and Pumpkin Hash recipe is easy to make and full of warm Mediterranean flavours. It can be served as a side or base to anything from falafels to fried eggs.
I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to contribute to my own column here on Honest Cooking, called Middle Eastern Magic.
Elspeth Velten with a map of great food destinations from across the globe in London, England.
Elspeth Velten went for a tour of Finca Milagrosa in the high altitudes of the Panamanian mountains.
If you are planning to visit London this summer, here are a few refreshment stops to provide sustenance as you travel between events.
A crispy spiced aubergine that holds itself well when paired with a ginger-mustard mayo.
Serve this lovely hummus warm with whole hard-boiled eggs, fluffy pita and vegetable salad.
Brenda Benoit visits SAWA in Miami, a slightly confusing restaurant with interesting ambitions.
Beth Ebin went to Abu Gosh, claimed to be the hummus capital of Israel, in search of the perfect hummus. Did she find what she was looking for?
Tag along with Sarah Kenney and her camera, as they visit Houston’s International Festival.
The best lunch is one that’s nutritious and quick to prepare, but also fun to eat. Pack a punch with tips from authors Kim McCosker and Rachael Bermingham.