A refreshing spin on Mideastern fare pizza.
Pinterest is definitely an amazing social networking oral appliance certainly greater than about pinning pictures to random boards. It's absolutely insane the number of recipes I have highlighted and bookmarked from various sites, including some non-vegan places that must definitely be recreated to match animal free tastes.
For instance, since I saw The Vegan Stoner's Falafel Cake. it simply needed to be made!
A simple dish using falafel mix and water because the crust was genius, especially adding fresh ingredients atop like hummus, veggies, not to mention, the standard cucumber yogurt sauce. Using the exclusion of olives (not really a fan) and insertion of green spinach and red onions, the knowledge is really a tantalizing mixture of fresh salad and pizza, that spiced bottom taking each layer with stride.
If preferred, try going for a couple of slices from the falafel cake into warmed pita pockets and eating it this way.
Overall, this really is scrumptious and certainly worth making again!
Vegan Falafel Pizza Cake Ingredients
1 cup Fantastic World Foods Falafel mix
1/2 cup water
1 tablespoon essential olive oil
3 generous tablespoon hummus
1 medium tomato, sliced
1/2 cup fresh green spinach
a couple of slices of red onion
1 cup soy yogurt
2 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
1/3 cup diced cucumber
2 teaspoon dill
pinch of pepper and salt
Preheat oven to 350 levels.
Mix falafel mix, water, and essential olive oil.
Press the mixture onto a cookie sheet and bake for fifteen minutes.
In another bowl, blend the soy yogurt, fresh lemon juice, cucumber, dill, salt, and pepper. Put aside.
The falafel crust after being baked. You may choose to clean additional essential olive oil or let it rest dry.
Hello and thanks for visiting AfroVeganChick! I'm Janyce Denise Glasper- artist, author, poet, feminist, chocolate lover, lifelong soap opera fan, sometime belly dancer, obsessive rubber duck collector, thrift shop/book/music lover, and foodie addict. I made the decision to change from 13 many years of vegetarianism to full-fledged vegan like a New Year's Resolution this year. This web site chronicles my journeys into cooking experimentation, reviewing eating at restaurants options, and vegan products in addition to creating homemade beauty items and letting my natural African roots be free! Just relax, laugh a bit, and relish the ride!