Enjoy one of the best Middle Eastern foods in less than 20
minutes with this incredibly delicious falafel mix by Fantastic
Foods! Put these in a pita for a delicious sandwich, put on a bed
of saffron rice, or just drizzle tahini on top for a scrumptious
exotic meal. 8 oz. box is $3.59.
Ingredients: precooked dehydrated Garbanzo beans
(chick peas), yellow pea and green pea flours, cumin, less than 2%
of dehydrated onion, dehydrated potato flakes, sea salt, organic
expeller pressed canola oil, soy sauce powder (soy sauce-wheat,
soybeans, salt-, maltodextrin, salt), dehydrated garlic, coriander,
yeast extract, parsley, allspice, turmeric, black pepper, red
pepper, ginger, rosemary extract, nutmeg
From Anonymous of Madison, Wisconsin on 1/4/2013.
I think they must have changed the formula on this and made it terrible. I used to eat it all the time in the 90s and loved it. I made it last night and it was awful. I found it to be just like the other poster described: dry, bitter and disgusting. The flavor was really strong but not in a good way. This is disappointing because it used to be really good. I would not buy this again or recommend it.
From Anonymous of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on 4/2/2012.
I made this for dinner tonight using the frying directions and it was absolutely dry, bitter, and disgusting. It got lodged in my throat a few times. I couldn't serve it to my family so I pitched it. I would never make this again.
From Anonymous of Delanson, New York on 11/12/2010.
I add minced veggies and bake in patties...perfect!
Good, with a little practice
From Anonymous of Boston, Massachusetts on 7/21/2009.
The first time I tried to make these.. it was a fall-aparty disaster. With a bit more care and another few tries, however, they come out perfect everytime. Baking them to a similar crunchy consistency is nearly impossible, but we've baked them and then done a quick fry to get them just how we like without loads of time swimming in oil.
From Tracy of Fort Wayne, Indiana on 12/6/2008.
Love this product! Been using it for a few years now. My mom tried it and put mustard on it because it reminded her of the flavors on a pork tenderloin (eew). But she liked it and so does everyone in my family - veg and nonveg.
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