Falafel, which are popular in the Middle East, and are now served all over the world as a replacement for meat, normally have a cake like texture to them, similar to doughnuts. The texture of this gluten free falafel is something you’ve probably never experienced before, but both my husband and I really enjoyed this. I normally would have cast this recipe aside because it is not the traditional texture inside, but we enjoyed it more than the usual. It has a creamy, almost bean like texture inside and crispy on the outside. I added a few unusual ingredients, and I am really glad that I did. I hope you enjoy my new version of gluten-free falafel. I’ve included my cucumber dipping sauce, too!
You may also be interested in Carol Fenster’s Vegetarian and Gluten Free Falafel with Dill Yogurt Sauce.