The ingredients. It took time to chopped these by hand!
Putting all ingredients in food processor to blend.
I decided to use wheat bread crumb as a coat so it will not fall apart. I dipped Falafel balls in egg white then coat it with the bread crumbs.
I used Olive oil to fry.
I got the wrap from the Middle Eastern store as well as the cucumber sauce, tzatziki
Amazing egg plant hummus the Oasis restaurant and grocery store.
My daughter and I went to this amazing tea house last month and while we were there we had some amazing Falafel wraps! So, later on when we were craving it, I decided to find a recipe and make my own. I have to admit that it took me a total of 2 hours to prep, clean, and cook everything. Also, I went to the local Asian store to buy the cardamom, and coriander and cumin because it was way cheaper than at the regular grocery store. It was a $5 dollar difference for each!
I doubled the recipe because since it was time consuming to make I decided to make a big batch and freeze the left over. You can freeze it for up to a month and cook it later. For the first time making it, it turned out great. The aroma is fantastic as you process and cook it. Also if you can not find any tzatziki, you can use the cucumber and cilantro dressing from the local grocery store. Comparable taste. Here is the Easy Vegan Falafel I had used to make this, Easy Vegan Falafel