I recently found out that this is The International Year of Quinoa (IYQ) as declared by the UN. I had an unopened packet of tricoloured quinoa so I thought I would make something out of it. This was the result.The tomato quinoa recipe I used was from here. It can be enjoyed as a side dish but I chose to throw it into my wrap. So good!I used to follow a falafel recipe but I’ve made it so many times that I just use these ingredients in the appropriate amounts:-Can of chickpeas, simmered on stove for ten minutes-Chopped parsely-Salt-Flour-Garlic -Onionand I think that’s everything.Then roll it into balls, cover it in breadcrumbs (or not) and fry.

I recently found out that this is The International Year of Quinoa (IYQ) as declared by the UN. I had an unopened packet of tricoloured quinoa so I thought I would make something out of it. This was the result.

The tomato quinoa recipe I used was from here. It can be enjoyed as a side dish but I chose to throw it into my wrap. So good!

I used to follow a falafel recipe but I’ve made it so many times that I just use these ingredients in the appropriate amounts:
-Can of chickpeas, simmered on stove for ten minutes
-Chopped parsely
-Salt
-Flour
-Garlic
-Onion
and I think that’s everything.

Then roll it into balls, cover it in breadcrumbs (or not) and fry.

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