Did you perhaps mean falafel?
- n. Plural form of falafel.
“And if a van with tasty falafels is parked right outside your office building and the only decent restaurant is a 10-minute drive away, then by all means: Keep on truckin '.”
“Israelis always claim their falafels are the best in world and I was initially sceptical, but I have to say they were the best I've ever tasted with crispy, brown crusts and soft, moist, green interiors.”
“We started buying just the falafels themselves, then wrapping them in tanoor bread with fresh vegetables from the market.”
“They missed Fern and Salwa, who used to visit them almost every week, bringing falafels from the souq and other little gifts.”
“They overstuff the sandwiches and their falafels are much lighter than others around the city.”
“While Niuris is the inspiration, Enrique is the experienced chef and together they create an eclectic range of dishes, including falafels, pato confitado (duck confit), lomito de res con camarones y espuma de apio al olivo (sirloin steak with shrimp and celery mousse), conejo al vino (rabbit in wine) to cerdo asado (roast pork).”
“While indeed a colorful plate, both Victor and I thought that the falafels were under seasoned (lacking cumin, chile and parsley notes which are the characteristics of a good falafel) and had sort of a cakey texture to them.”
“Students dispersed to grab greasy falafels, ill-considered vats of macaroni and cheese and sugary crepes.”
“Observant Muslim food vendors in New York City dole out kebabs and gyros, falafels and hot dogs, all day every day, without a morsel touching their lips.”
“They eat fried chicken, apple pie, tacos, burritos, falafels and kubidah, an Iranian sandwich wrap.”
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