Vegan falafel wraps can go one of two ways, absolutely amazing, or painfully average.
In this case, with my experience being a seasoned vegan and Middle Easterner by blood – I got a respectable recipe for the people.
I find that with wraps in general, less is more is a concept that can go a really long way.
Not necessarily to add less, but for a wrap like this, adding small quantities of different elements does most of the work for you!
What are falafel wraps made of?
Typical falafel wraps contain falafels (obviously), hummus, greens and typically some tahini sauce. A healthy lunch option and a great way to make use of your falafel mix in the pantry.
With our tahini sauce, we make a simple blend of tahini, lemon and sweetness from agave syrup; adding a whole other element to your regular-schmegular falafel wrap.
Are falafel wraps healthy?
As falafel wraps tend to be a great balance of fibre, veggies and healthy fats and nutrients from the tahini and hummus, they make for a very healthy choice.
Falafel wraps are one of those things that I didn’t know I needed in my life.
Coming from the veggie option in a fish and chip or kebab shop, or watered down falafel, to genuinely tasty falafel wraps from specialist places.
You really don’t know what you’re missing till you have your first great falafel wrap.
This veganised falafel recipe is for the vegans (and non-vegans) who want to make sure your wrap has every element, sans the sneaky dairy.
What makes a great falafel wrap?
I believe a great falafel wrap incorporates all these necessary elements, including:
Hearty falafel, hummus and tahini sauce goodness
Bitterness from pickled veg, spice from chilli
Freshness from salad leaves, cucumber and tomato
Try this recipe today and I guarantee you’ll come back to make it again and again.
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