For a long time I’ve been following the blog Green Kitchen Stories, which is an amazing blog. You have to check it out. The pictures are perfect, there is just enough text in each post and the recipes are beyond delicious. The way they eat is the exact way I’m gonna eat when I move out once. Because all of the things they eat and cook are my exact favorite foods.
Lots of greens, vegetables, nuts and beans. No meat and no gluten. Delicious and healthy and al natural.
These falafels are inspired by their recipe on falafels with pistachio nuts and herbs. They are not the same at all – just inspired by them. But they are still very delicious!
Falafels are super easy to make and very healthy.
These falafels are baked – not fried. And I actually like them way better baked than fried.
Wrapped in a cabbage leaf (eventually savoy cabbage) and accompanied by tomatoes, spinach and a wonderful hummus-yoghurt dressing these falafels make a perfect lunch or dinner.
Almond & White Bean Falafel with Hummus-Yoghurt Dressing
Makes 12 falafels