Sunday, 4 May 2014

Morrisons Kicking Back On a Bank Holiday #MorrisonsMum



1 onion, peeled and then finely chopped

3 tbsp olive oil

1 clove garlic, peeled and finely chopped.

2tsp ground cumin

2 tsp ground coriander

2 x 400g tins chick peas, drained and rinsed

2 tbsp plain flour, plus a little extra for frying

Handful of coriander leaves ( optional)

Handful of chopped mint

Make a nice mint yogurty dip

To serve 4 pitta breads

what ever dressing you wish for, water cress and vine tomatoes.

Preparation time 5 - 10 minutes


Soften the onion in 1 tbsp of the olive oil for a couple of minutes. Then add the garlic and spices, and cook for a few minutes.

Next spoon the onion mix into a bowl, adding the chick peas and flour and roughly blend with a hand blender or you can use a food processor.

Chop the coriander, if using, and add to the jug with chopped   ( personally I would love the coolness of a mint dressing) especially delicious on a lazy Bank holiday Monday.

Divide the mixture into 8 and dip in a little extra flour. Then heat the remaking oil and fry the falafel for a few minutes on each side, until golden.

Serve in a warmed pitta bread with a minty yogurt dressing, water cress and vine tomatoes 

Or just serve them up in a salad !

Costs: can of chick pea .59p X 2
           pitta bread           .49p X 2
           Cumin                  £1.45

I had salad in already and the other ingredients in already as I deem them to be stable ingredients I use all the time.

I also had an Unbreakfast meal over the Bank Holiday which we thoroughly enjoyed as a family, Morrisons low prices really brought use together as a family.

Disclosure I was sent some Morrisons shopping vouchers to do my shopping , my opinions and my recipe are my own.

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