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LIFESTYLE - EDITORIAL

Falafel, The Taste from the East

Google created an animated recipe Doodle for celebrating Falafel, one of the most delicious foods made from chickpeas.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Falafel, The Taste from the East - Image Credit: Google Doodle

Falafel, The Taste from the East - Image Credit: Google Doodle

LIFESTYLE - EDITORIAL

by Meryem Aksoy

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Although the origin of this flavor is not known exactly, it is accepted as a taste of Middle Eastern and Egyptian culinary culture. It is also known that many different varieties take place in India, which is always at the forefront with chickpea production.

In Egypt, it calls "ta'amiya" and prepared by using ground fava beans. And while listening to a song, "And We Have Falafel," written in Israel, it is even possible to understand how popular it is.

In the original recipe, Falafel served in pita bread with herbs, spices, onions, and chickpea balls. This flavor is so much appreciated, and each country has created its own Falafel recipes by adding unique ingredients. Today, Falafel, which is famous as street food, is not far from its essence, although it is reinterpreted with different ingredients.

Designed by Sophie Diao, "Celebrating Falafel," Doodle reflects the taste of Falafel by using the sweetness of animated chickpea balls.