How To Make Fried Falafel | Slurrp Presents Global Foodie

Today, Fried Falafel is not only eaten throughout the Middle East, but loved by a large population of the whole world, in which India shares a large share. It is considered as one of the most common street foods and even served in numerous restaurants. Fried Falafel balls are shallow-fried, brown, crispy and spicy balls which are usually served with dips. 

If we talk about its origin then many food historians believe that it comes from Alexandria, an Egyptian city. They also claim that as it is a port city, it was easier to spread its taste and magical recipe worldwide. Usually its recipe includes fava beans as it is based in Egyptian cuisine, but in India, it is made with chickpeas. 

Today, fried falafel is served in many forms such as pita, which acts as a pocket or wrapped in a flatbread known as taboon. The falafel balls can be eaten alone as a tea-time snack or may be topped with spicy vegetable salads and served with hot sauce. It is so easy to cook that a beginner level cook can prepare it in just 15 to 25 minutes.