The Best Raw Vegan Falafel Balls
The Best Raw Vegan Falafel Balls
Prep
10mins
Total
8hrs
Servings
12-20
Ingredients
12
Level
Med
Prep
10mins
Total
8hrs
Servings
12-20
Ingredients
12
Level
Med
Recipe by:Chris Kendall
The Best Raw Vegan Falafel Balls
Prep:10minsTotal:8hrsServes:12-20
Ingredients
Directions
  1. Loosely chop the cauliflower, walnuts, carrot and zucchini from the dry ingredients, pulse using a food processor in batches (if you do not have a food processor you can grate ingredients) adding the green onions and herbs to taste.
  2. You are looking to achieve a “couscous” type texture, mix together well. Peel zucchini in the wet list, blend with soaked and sprouted chickpeas, juiced lemon, red onion, pumpkin seeds and optional ingredients (recommended).
  3. Pour wet ingredients over dry, mix really well. Should be thick and slightly wet.
  4. Gently form into small golf ball sized falafels using just enough pressure for just a tiny bit of juice to come out.
  5. Place on dehydrator trays (I recommend excalibur – grab yours here for the best deal) and dehydrate for 6-8 hours at 115° turning over once, front balls to the back and back to the front, 4-5 hours into the dehydrating time. Balls should be crisp on the outside, slightly moist in the middle.
  6. Double, triple, quadruple the recipe and freeze for up to a few months for future Frickin Falafels, or maybe a falafel party! Serious stuff.
  7. Serve warm on a salad or in the beautiful Frickin’ Falafel recipe with Tzatziki and Tabouli!
Ingredients
Directions
  1. Loosely chop the cauliflower, walnuts, carrot and zucchini from the dry ingredients, pulse using a food processor in batches (if you do not have a food processor you can grate ingredients) adding the green onions and herbs to taste.
  2. You are looking to achieve a “couscous” type texture, mix together well. Peel zucchini in the wet list, blend with soaked and sprouted chickpeas, juiced lemon, red onion, pumpkin seeds and optional ingredients (recommended).
  3. Pour wet ingredients over dry, mix really well. Should be thick and slightly wet.
  4. Gently form into small golf ball sized falafels using just enough pressure for just a tiny bit of juice to come out.
  5. Place on dehydrator trays (I recommend excalibur – grab yours here for the best deal) and dehydrate for 6-8 hours at 115° turning over once, front balls to the back and back to the front, 4-5 hours into the dehydrating time. Balls should be crisp on the outside, slightly moist in the middle.
  6. Double, triple, quadruple the recipe and freeze for up to a few months for future Frickin Falafels, or maybe a falafel party! Serious stuff.
  7. Serve warm on a salad or in the beautiful Frickin’ Falafel recipe with Tzatziki and Tabouli!
Directions
  1. Loosely chop the cauliflower, walnuts, carrot and zucchini from the dry ingredients, pulse using a food processor in batches (if you do not have a food processor you can grate ingredients) adding the green onions and herbs to taste.
  2. You are looking to achieve a “couscous” type texture, mix together well. Peel zucchini in the wet list, blend with soaked and sprouted chickpeas, juiced lemon, red onion, pumpkin seeds and optional ingredients (recommended).
  3. Pour wet ingredients over dry, mix really well. Should be thick and slightly wet.
  4. Gently form into small golf ball sized falafels using just enough pressure for just a tiny bit of juice to come out.
  5. Place on dehydrator trays (I recommend excalibur – grab yours here for the best deal) and dehydrate for 6-8 hours at 115° turning over once, front balls to the back and back to the front, 4-5 hours into the dehydrating time. Balls should be crisp on the outside, slightly moist in the middle.
  6. Double, triple, quadruple the recipe and freeze for up to a few months for future Frickin Falafels, or maybe a falafel party! Serious stuff.
  7. Serve warm on a salad or in the beautiful Frickin’ Falafel recipe with Tzatziki and Tabouli!
Notes

Chris Kendall

Chef: 

Chris Kendall is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN), Raw Chef /Lifestyle Coach and yoga teacher. He shares his bliss through raw retreats, festivals, donation based consultation services and recipe ebooks