Falafel Wrap

May 1, 2013 § Leave a comment


Falafels are tasty and satisfying and I usually purchase the balls pre made. You can buy them fresh or frozen and find them in the cooler section of the grocery store. Costco sells them in bulk and I usually freeze half of them to eat at a later date.

I love falafel wraps and use a sprouted wheat one that I buy in the health food store. I like to add quinoa, hummus and tzatziki and of course pickles. If you feel like adding spice, sprinkle with cayenne powder.

Assembly time 5 minutes
Makes 1 wrap

1 wrap
4-5 Falafel balls
1 tbsp (15 ml) quinoa
1 tbsp (15 ml) hummus
1 tbsp (15 ml) tzatziki (optional)
sliced pickles
cayenne powder

1. Cook the falafels according to the package.
2. Lightly warm the wrap and place ingredients in the middle and roll wrap.

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