I love felafel, but the few times I've tried to make them at home they've never turned out as good as the ones I've had from even the humblest Middle-Eastern takeout joint. Mostly, mine fall apart the second they hit the oil in the pan, and those I get cooked in one piece are dry and gritty-textured. I'm obviously doing something (more likely several somethings!) wrong! I'd love to get some expert advice on how to make great felafel at home. Thanks!
Felafel is one of my favorites too. Nutritious and full of protein. I am putting a hubpage together to incorporate requests from this forum so far. You will have the best felafal recipe in that. Stay tuned!
A cottage loaf, made with cottage cheese and flake cereal (& I don't know what else). I used to have the recipe, because I liked it so much, but lost it after I made it once - over 20 years ago, and the source of the recipe is long gone.
I'd also like to know how to make a mushroom burger - no idea what's in it - besides mushrooms - but it sure was tasty!
my mother used to make walnut patties with some type of gravy. the recipe was designed to taste like hamburgers. it's an excellend recipe and i can send out out if anyone is looking for an excellent recipe. i'm not a particularly fan of vegetarian recipes but would be interested in seeing a few new ones.
Are you talking about Tempeh dishes? Tempeh is a soy product originally from Indonesia. It can be cooked in so many delicious ways such as burgers, wrapped in banana leaves, sauteed with green vegetables, fried battered tempeh, just to name a few.