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Synonyms for felafel

small croquette of mashed chick peas or fava beans seasoned with sesame seeds

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AaAn older man tries to swipe a felafel off an appetizer plate but instead gets a loving hand slap from a woman.
An insider said: "An international flavour will be added with Japanese sushi, Lebanese felafel and French crepes on display.
Don't fill up on the homemade hummus or the pita mozzarella with feta dip (as much as you may want to) because items like the felafel wrap are a must.
Simon joked: "We have a captive audience so people who have never tried felafel don't have any choice.
Anyone who has visited the street markets of China, the felafel sellers of the Middle East or the roadside pizza offerings of Italy will know that street food can be just as rich as that bought in the poshest of restaurants.
Correct phonetic pronunciations given below) Bruschetta - Italian bread dish Chorizo - Spanish spiced sausage Felafel - Middle Eastern spiced chickpeas Focaccia - Savoury Italian flatbread Tortilla - Mexican unleavened bread wrap Cinsaut - Grape variety Gewrztraminer - German white wine Merlot - Red wine Sangiovese - Italian red wine Viognier - French white wine Answers: Bruschetta - broo-sket-tah Chorizo - chore-reeth-oh Felafel - fah-lah-fel Focaccia - foh-kah-chee-ah Tortilla - tore-tee-yuh (with no hard 'l' sound) Cinsaut - san-so Gewrztraminer - geh-vurts-tra-mee-ner Merlot - mare-low (with no hard 't' sound) Sangiovese - san-joh-vay-zeh Viognier - vee-own-yay
The blast went off outside the packed The Mayor's Felafel restaurant in Tel Aviv's Neve Shaanan district.
The bomb went off outside a packed The Mayor's Felafel restaurant in Tel Aviv's Neve Shaanan district.
Starters include things like stuffed pepper, felafel, dolmades and seafood salad.
I HAD always associated the deep-fried chickpea fritters called felafel with Israel.
Grill a wholemeal pitta bread and fill with fat reduced hummous and Cauldron Foods' Felafel.
There are also four movies from Australia, two - Australian Rules and Beneath Clouds - represent a new wave of ethnic filmmakers Down Under, while He Died With A Felafel In His Hand, is a slacker-style movie and Texas is a music documentary about Russel Crowe's band - Thirty Odd Foot Of Grunts.
After a meal at Chaim's chosen felafel place on Bezalel Street, suitcases by their feet, Chaim hailed a cab for the ride to the airport for the twelve-hour flight to New York.
The books of old Beirut are stuffed into his shelves but the culture around him is homogenised American: well heeled young students who could be in Cairo, Istanbul or New York; four wheel drives, BMWs, Burger King, McDonald's and their Lebanese replicates; not a felafel shop in sight.
At the Centro Social Hondureno Arabe, one can order either Arab dishes like felafel, kibbe, and babaganush, or typical Honduran dishes like fajitas or a plato tipico hondureno--which consists of beef filet with rice, beans, plantains, and tortillas.