Falafel is also very versatile. The traditional way of serving it is to stuff two or three pieces in a pita, along with lettuce, cucumber, tomato and a dollop of tahini. But it can also be eaten - hot or cold - as an appetizer or as part of a main course salad.
In this manner, what is a good sauce for falafel?
Tahini sauce is a mixture of tahini paste, lemon juice, garlic, and water. This traditional sauce is served in Israel and in Arab countries throughout the Middle East. The sauce is used as a condiment to accompany dishes like hummus, falafel, and babaganoush.
Are falafels Mediterranean?
Falafel is made from fava beans or chickpeas. The use of chickpeas is predominant in most Middle Eastern countries. The dish is usually made with chickpeas in Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria.
What is in a falafel sandwich?
Let's discuss one of the most quintessential and beloved of Middle Eastern food, the falafel sandwich. Warm pita bread, stuffed with crispy hot falafel balls, cool, crunchy diced tomatoes, diced cucumbers, sliced or diced onions and drenched with nutty tahini sauce.