From Isreal to the Levant, many have tried levelling with the iconic Egyptian Falafel. But the best way to mouth-watering Falafel treat is still in Egyptian
The world’s best Falafel recipe comes from Egypt
- Falafel or Ta’ameya, as Egyptians call it, is one of the all-time favourite street foods.
- Falafel is a very famous pseudo-national, Middle Eastern dish, that most likely originated in Egypt.
- Israel, in recent years, attempted to contest for the best Falafel recipe along with Egypt and the Levant countries. And the Egyptians won hands down!
- Falafel is simply made of soaked and mashed chickpeas combined with onions.
- But in Egypt, its made with ground-on-the-spot fava beans, leeks, fresh coriander and spices, and stuffed with smoky aubergine. This falafel is light and delicate and delicious which makes it unique.
- Egyptians serve in the best way, with pita bread, tomato, onions, and tahini sauce.
- Well, Falafel is the best choice for the vegetarians and even vegans.
- Egyptian Falafels have good news for foodies who are health-conscious too. While normal Falafels have bucketloads of calories, the Middle Eastern ones are generally low in saturated fat and high in iron, calcium, and fiber.