Amisa Gluten Free Organic Falafel Mix 160g


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Falafel is the second most popular chickpea dish after hummus. Whether you like them in a pita, as balls, a flat burger, starter or main meal, Amisa's delightfully easy version takes all the work out and puts all the pleasure in. Stock up on the pitas and tahini. 

  • Organic
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Egg Free
  • High Protein & Fibre
  • Enhanced with Cumin and Coriander
  • Spicy Middle Eastern Flavour

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What Is? 

Falafel a deep-fried ball or patty made from ground chickpeas. Falafel is a traditional Middle Eastern food, commonly served in a pita, which acts as a pocket-style sandwich. The falafel balls are topped with salads, pickled vegetables, hot sauce, and drizzled with tahini-based sauces. Falafel balls may also be eaten alone as a snack or served as part of an assortment of appetizers. It is a common dish eaten throughout the Middle East and at music festivals!! 

Food as Medicine:

The nutrition and health benefits of falafels as an organic food remedy is best utilised for everyday nutrition as digestive tract support food provinding high protein food, high fibre and regulating blood sugars while supplying folates, copper, molybdenum, iron & calcium. 

Free From: 

GMO, Dairy, sugar, wheat, gluten, nuts, soya, hydrogenated oils, emulsifiers, presevatives, additives, added and mixed sugars, refined sugar, inverse syrups. 

Diet Type Suitability: 

Vegan, vegetarian, sports and high enrgy requirements, high fibre, menopause and beauty diet, recovery and rehabilitation diet, allergy free (dairy, gluten/wheat/nuts) diet, diabetic diets, low GI, paleo, sugar free diet

Uses and Recipes:

Great With: 

Sunita Whole Tahini / Simply Delicious mayonnaise /Spicy harissa 

Sesame Pitas

Food Amusement: Interesting facts and Knowledge: 

Falafel is an early historical vegetarian foods as it originated in Egypt from the the Christian Copts who during certain religious festivals were banned from eating meat and so came up with these as a satisfying, veggie alternative. It has also retianed its celebratory, festival nature having become a very popular fixture at outdoor eventes and as a street food. 

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