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  • n. Plural form of falafel.

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Examples

  • 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 '.

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  • 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.

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  • We started buying just the falafels themselves, then wrapping them in tanoor bread with fresh vegetables from the market.

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  • They missed Fern and Salwa, who used to visit them almost every week, bringing falafels from the souq and other little gifts.

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  • They overstuff the sandwiches and their falafels are much lighter than others around the city.

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  • 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).

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  • 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.

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  • Students dispersed to grab greasy falafels, ill-considered vats of macaroni and cheese and sugary crepes.

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  • 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.

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  • They eat fried chicken, apple pie, tacos, burritos, falafels and kubidah, an Iranian sandwich wrap.

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