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MkI felafels: made without formal recipe, guesswork, juice blender. Barely edible.
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MkII felafels: made with recipe, prior experience of what not to do, food processor. Delicious!
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Slightly soft in the middle, though cooked through. I'll probably experiment more with the oil temperature, and base moisture level next time I'm making some.

The mix for these was a bit too moist when I first made it, but drying on paper towels in a colander with a plate over the top seemed to do the trick quite nicely. In here we have:
  • A couple of handfuls of chickpeas (soaked and blended)
  • 7 slices of white bread (de-crusted, soaked, drained, crumbled)
  • Parsley (a whole bunch; frozen first and crumbled in)
  • 1 Tsp za'atar, 2 tsp sumac, 1 tsp paprika, a few dashes of cumin, a little salt to taste
  • a third of a teaspoon of minced garlic
  • The juice of a lemon

    I think in my next batch (MkIII? MkII Block I?) I may forego the parsley (though I do like parsley), add more paprika and try to make red felafels. And maybe crumb the outside a bit more, just to see.
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