We’re huge bowl fans and huge Mediterranean food fans, so this Mediterranean bowl is right up our alley. Do you freeze them or make a big batch a d just keep in fridge for maybe a week? Check out this tutorial! You will not be subscribed to our newsletter list. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I just discovered your page recently and had to try the Mediterranean Bowl. Give the dressing a taste. The used 3/4th the parsley quantity for the salad and even then it was too much/ too overpowering. Holy crumbs this was a satisfying meal. hi !!! Really enjoyed this recipe! Making sure I get the ingredients tomorrow. Best life hack ever, and I always have falafel ready to go when I need them. I made this using the “Better than restaurant falafel” recipe also from this blog and it was great. I now love it in a box; I love it with a fox. This looks so delicious, and I love all of those colors! Don’t judge. Thanks so much for sharing your fabulous recipes. It’s so, so good and one of our favorites this year. Shortcuts for the win. Cook rice with water according to package instructions (or in a rice cooker). Was looking for some inspiration for an easy yet healthy meal for hubby and I to make together on holiday. I loved the seasoning on the falafel, but it was too mushy. No no, feel free to make any of them but not all three! Going to try to make this on the weekend! ? thanks a lot for all the lovely help! The parsley salad reminded me a lot of the tomatoes in the Mediterranean baked sweet potatoes (which is hands down my favorite recipe). We love seeing your comments, ratings and your photos tagged #minimalistbaker on Instagram. Hi. The falafel we made from here and it was incredible, I made no changes. After the rice is cooked, combine remaining ingredients (from olive oil on...) and pour slowly over rice while fluffing with a fork. every thing you make looks delicious ! Hi Dana. Does your nutritional information contain the hummus/olives/pita? A bowl full of greens, veggies, olives, hummus, falafel, and tahini sauce. It’s a very loose take on the Jerusalem Bowl from Fresh, a restaurant we visited in Toronto and loved it so much we bought the cookbook. We’re so glad you enjoyed it, Eliana! Would eat it every night if I could. You can also, prepare your falafel. Close the lid tightly, and give it a good shake. You know how to live, lady! In addition to the suggested toppings I added some radishes. I did add some cucumber to the salad as well and it was very tasty. Get our copy of FAN FAVORITES featuring 20 of our most loved, highly-rated recipes! :). *If you don’t have time to make falafel, sub raw chickpeas or my, Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Hi Wim! If the dressing is too thick, add more water a tablespoon at a time. Thanks!! xoxo, Elizabeth @ Pineapples and Polka Dots says. Long time follower here and I just wanted to say how much I love how you have separate categories in your ingredients list. We’d think it would be quite filling at 500+ calories per serving, but feel free to add more hummus/pita to make it more filling! That is a truly mega bowl of ultimate deliciousness I love it, and I totally agree I could eat it every day!! I had never made falafel. All wonderful. Thursdays at work and our local coffee shop have become ‘felafel day’ as everyone knows I won’t go without one! why are most healthy recipes so calorie-heavy ?? I added cucumber and a bit of cooked quinoa to the salad, makes mklinux it more like tabbouli. so sad …. Currently in school drooling because I FREAKING LOVE MEDITERRANEAN/LEBANESE and i am so looking forward to my sweet potato chickpea broccoli salad for lunch. Add more lemon juice a little at a time if needed. We also add some fresh lemon juice, chili garlic sauce, and pita on the side (also optional). Thanks for the feedback! It’s filled with hummus, pita crisps, cucumber, red pepper, shallot, greens and rice. Thanks so much! Have a question? To reduce calories add fewer falafel! For your falafel, do you think you could premake them and then freeze them? I’d say remove any salt where it’s added! ahead of time and keep it uncooked in the freezer. Tag @minimalistbaker on Instagram and hashtag it #minimalistbaker so we can see all the deliciousness! Sorry for any inconvenience in the meantime. I’ve made a couple of your Granola recipes too and they are awesome. Also used one of your other falafel recipes and it came out delicious. The best meals are the ones that are so delicious, you forget to photograph them ;) Thanks for sharing your recipe changes, Anne! I love falafel, but as you mentioned, it can be pretty time consuming to make each time! PARSLEY SALAD 2 cups fresh chopped parsley 1/2 cup diced tomato 1/4 cup diced red onion 2 Tbsp lemon juice 1 pinch sea salt 1 Tbsp extra virgin (or regular) olive oil (optional) Thanks for this wonderful recipe :). It reminded me and my boyfriend of eating in Israel so HUGE compliment. Need help? As do all of your recipes. What other recipe would work well in this dish? Thank you so much! Thanks! Use ctrl+f or ⌘+f on your computer or the "find on page" function on your phone browser to search existing comments! Thanks! I made roasted chickpeas instead of falalfel because I was lazy and also thought it would be healthier since it’s not fried. Just wanted to thank you for all your recipes, they are all delicious and they are all great recipes – too often you get recipes that look great in pictures but don’t hold up when made, but yours always do.
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