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Vegan cashew balls (falafels)

Cashew balls (falafels)
The dough is formed into patties of approximately the same size.
After frying, the balls have a nice, crispy brown color.
The balls are a delicious accompaniment to bowls.
The cashew balls also taste delicious with chakalaka, flatbread and a dip!
Cashew balls (falafels)
The dough is formed into patties of approximately the same size.
After frying, the balls have a nice, crispy brown color.
The balls are a delicious accompaniment to bowls.
The cashew balls also taste delicious with chakalaka, flatbread and a dip!
Preparation: quick & easy quick & easy
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Recipe

Recipe for vegan cashew balls

Author: David E. Moore

This recipe is very quick and easy to prepare. You can enjoy the cashew balls like falafel as a side dish, for example in a bowl or with chakalaka. They also make perfect party appetizers whether served warm or cold!

For seasoning you can just as easily use another of my spice mixtures: e.g. Louisiana 18 or Fish & Sea.

Set-up time

10 minutes

Waiting time

60 minutes

Cooking time

20 minutes

Total time

1,5 hours

Equals

12 - 14 balls

Ingredients & preparation

Ingredients

150 g oatmeal (fine)
100 g breadcrumbs
300 g Cashews (chopped)
20 g flaxseed (ground)
3 g Italian All-Rounder
  salt & pepper to taste
275 - 300 ml room-temperature vegetable stock or water

Preparation

  1. In a large bowl, combine all dry ingredients; mix well using a hand whisk.
  2. Pure 275 ml fluid over the dry mixture and combine using your hands or a fork; the mixture should be sticky but not firm. Add additional fluid if needed.
  3. Let the mixture stand at room temperature for at least 45 minutes.
  4. Roll into 50 g balls
  5. Let the balls rest in the refrigerator for at least 10 minutes before cooking.
  6. Deep-fry at 170° C until golden brown. (Air Fryer or oven works as well.)

Tips

  • You can also let the dough rest for just about 20 minutes, as long as all the liquid has been absorbed, and then shape the patties.
  • This falafal variant also tastes good cold! This means that the balls can be prepared and stored in the fridge for a few days. Or you can warm them up in the oven or an air fryer just before serving.
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Products used for this recipe
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Italian Seasoning
Inventory level:1 to 4 days
Shipping time:  1 to 4 days
5,00 EUR142,86 EUR per kg
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Louisiana 18 | umami seasoning
Inventory level:1 to 4 days
Shipping time:  1 to 4 days
8,00 EUR94,12 EUR per kg
incl. 7 % VAT excl. Shipping costs
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Fish & Sea | fish spice seasoning
Inventory level:1 to 4 days
Shipping time:  1 to 4 days
7,00 EUR87,50 EUR per kg
incl. 7 % VAT excl. Shipping costs
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Cashew balls (falafels)

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