- I love Jesus, my husband, being a stay at home mom to my little boy, New Orleans, crafting, cooking, fitness, nutrition, homemaking, hospitality, being outside, black coffee, chai tea, reading, journaling, thrifting, and deep conversation. Food is my love language; through food I savor memories, create traditions, and serve others.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
It goes against everything that I stand for (because of the frying), but I made this falafel recipe. I was sure I'd never fry anything my entire life, but I like falafel so much that I had to give it a try. This turned out pretty well, but I would make a few changes in the future. The few things that I did differently from the recipe were to leave out the breadcrumbs, add 1 tsp salt, and to increase the cumin to 1 Tbsp. Next time I think I'd substitute more cilantro instead of the parsley, increase the cumin even more (maybe to 1.5 Tbsp), and increase the salt to 1.5-2 tsp.