Yield: Makes 1-1/4 cups
This traditional falafel condiment is the fiery Middle Eastern answer to pesto. It’s commonly made with cilantro, but parsley and mint take its place in this version. If you’re a cilantro lover, feel free to add a handful to the mix. Beyond falafel, try tossing it with roasted or grilled potatoes, or dolloped over grilled lamb chops.
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So tasty, one could eat it with a spoon! We had it with mac and cheese, and on hummus sandwiches. Easy to make too, and fun to say.
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