Do you love falafel?
If yes, then you should definitely try these 17 different sides!
Falafel is a Middle Eastern dish consisting of deep fried balls of chickpeas, usually served with salad, tahini sauce and pickles.
Falafel is a very popular food in Israel and around the world.
In this blog post I’m going to share my favorite recipes for falafel, hummus and other delicious sides.
Kimchi is a traditional Korean side dish consisting of fermented vegetables such as cabbage, radish, cucumber, carrot, turnip, and garlic. It is usually served with rice dishes, soups, stews, and other Korean dishes. 2. Hummus Answer: Hummus is a dip made from chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, olive oil, salt, pepper, and garlic. It originated in the Middle East and North Africa.
2. Lemon rice
Lemon Rice is a popular Asian dish that combines rice with lemon juice and sugar. It is typically eaten during breakfast or brunch. 3. Sushi Sushi is a Japanese dish that consists of raw fish usually tuna and vinegared rice wrapped in seaweed.
2. Lemon rice Lemons are acidic fruits that help to cut the richness of rice. So adding lemon juice to rice helps to balance the taste. 3. Sushis
4. Sauteed mushroom
1. Tzatziki 2. Lemon rice Lemon rice is very easy to make. In order to get the perfect flavor of lemon rice, we need to add lemon juice to rice. It is very important to add lemon juice to the rice while cooking because if we add lemon juice after cooking, it will lose its flavor.
5. Israeli salad
Sauteed mushrooms are very delicious. We can sautee mushrooms in olive oil and garlic. And we can add salt, pepper, and other spices to taste. 6. Chicken soup 7. Vegetables soup
6. Olive salad
1. Sauteed mushrooms are very tasty. We can saute mushrooms in olive oil and add salt, pepper, oregano, basil, and other spices to our liking. 2. Chicken soup 3. Vegetables soup 4. Israeli salad 5. Olive salad
7. Baba ganoush
1. Sauteed mushroom is delicious. We can saute mushroom in olive oil and add seasonings such as salt, pepper, oregono, basil, and others to our liking. 2. Chicken soup is very good for colds. It contains many vitamins and minerals that help us recover from illness.
1. Sauteed mushrooms are delicious. We can sauté mushrooms in olive oil and add seasoning such as salt, pepper and oregano to our liking. 2. Chicken soup helps people who are sick. It contains many vitamins, minerals and proteins that help us recover from illnesses. 3. Baba Ganoush is a popular dish in Middle East countries. It is a mixture of eggplant and tahini sauce.
1. Sauteed mushrooms Sauteed mushrooms are delicious because we can sauté mushrooms with olive oil and seasonings such as salt, pepper, and oregano to taste. 2. Chicken Soup
10. Avocado sauce
Dolma is a stuffed vegetable dish from Turkey. It is usually served as a side dish but sometimes it is used as a main course. In Turkish cuisine, dolma is typically filled with ground meat usually lamb and vegetables. 11. Tzatziki Sauce 12. Tomato Sauce
11. Pickled onions
1. Avocado Sauce 2. Dolma is a stuffed vegetable from Turkey. It is served as a side dish or as a main course. 3. Dolma is traditionally filled with ground meat usually lamb and vegetables.
12. Roasted chickpeas
1. Avocado sauce Avocados are rich in monounsaturated fats, fiber, potassium and vitamin E. They are also low in calories and sodium. 2. Dolma
13. Cilantro lime sauce
Cilantro is a member of the mint family and is native to Mexico. It is used in Mexican cuisine and other Latin American cuisines. Cilantro is used in many dishes such as salsa, guacamole, salsas, and stews. 14. Garlic butter 15. Green beans
14. Tahini sauce
Cilantro Lime Sauce 1 Ingredients: • 1/2 cup cilantro leaves
15. Pickled turnips
16. Cucumber salad Ingredients:
15. Pickled turnips: Pickling is a process of preserving vegetables by adding vinegar, salt, sugar, spices, herbs, and other ingredients to the vegetable. It is used to preserve vegetables and fruits from spoilage and decay. There are many ways to pickle vegetables. One way is to soak them in brine saltwater for several hours or overnight. This method works well for cucumbers, but not for carrots, cabbage, cauliflower, peppers, radishes, tomatoes, or onions.
17. Pita bread
Pita bread is a flatbread baked in a circular shape. It is usually served warm with dips such as hummus, tahini, baba ghanoush, and falafel. It is also eaten cold with salads and sandwiches. 18. Potato chips 19. Quinoa
What to serve with falafel
Falafel is a traditional Middle Eastern dish consisting of ground chickpeas garbanzo beans mixed with spices and herbs, formed into balls or patties, fried, and served either hot or cold. Falafel is typically served with salad, pickles, and other side dishes. 20. Hummus 21. Tzatziki