Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing

Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing

by Tomas
Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing

Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing

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Hello, my lovelies around the world. How many of you like snacks? Something small, light and not to heavy to eat, but that is also delicious and yummy? The answer is Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing. It’s not complicated to make and it can be done in small or large portions. It’s also great as a yummy, healthy meal for kids, for your family or just a quick solution for your lunch at work. There are so many benefits to sweet potato and quinoa, they contain plenty of minerals, vitamins, and fibre, are also rich in antioxidants and are also great for our digestive system.

Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing

You can really use your imagination with this dish to create a different flavor and make it your own. Some people like more herbs, for example, some more might like it spicier, etc. this recipe is the version I made for myself and my friends. They happened to visit me when I was trying out this dish and I told them they had to stay until I’d finished making them so they could try it :))) Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing is also easy to make it like as https://greenrabbitkitchen.com/vegan-chick-pea-and-artichokes-cake/

PS: They really loved it 🙂

This recipe is completely vegan, dairy and gluten-free and it’s about right for 4 people as a starter…

I will appreciate your feedback on this dish.

Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing

Ingredients: 

700g sweet potato

150g white onion

150g cooked quinoa 

 70g mixed mini color peppers

1 and 1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika powder

1/2 teaspoon ras el hanout

1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder 

1/2 teaspoon of turmeric 

1 teaspoon nutmeg

3 tablespoon olive oil + some oil for your baking tray

salt & pepper

250g gluten-free chickpea flour

Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing
Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing

Dressing:

135g red pepper

25g walnut

15g olive oil

15ml water

salt & pepper

Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing
Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing
Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing

Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing

: Gluten-Free and Dairy Free

: Healthy Benefits Meal

: Low Fat Meal 

: Easy To Make It

: Perfect for Family or Kids Snack

: Low-Cost Ingredients

: Friendly for Your Vegan Fitness Diet

Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing
Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing
Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing

Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing

Vegan Sweet Potato Quinoa Falafel with Roasted Pepper Walnut Dressing Just Bite Me Hello, my lovelies around the world. How many of… MAINS meal for family and kids perfect snack Mix of African and European Print This
Serves: 4 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 521.75 calories 9.77 fat
Rating: 5.0/5
( 2 voted )

Ingredients

700g sweet potato

150g white onion

150g cooked quinoa 

 70g mixed mini color peppers

1 and 1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika powder

1/2 teaspoon ras el hanout

1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder 

1/2 teaspoon of turmeric 

1 teaspoon nutmeg

3 tablespoon olive oil + some oil for your baking tray

salt & pepper

250g gluten-free chickpea flour

Dressing:

135g red pepper

25g walnut

15g olive oil

15ml water

salt & pepper

Instructions

Falafel:

So, first, peel and chop the sweet potato into chunky cubes and do the same with the onion before placing on your baking tray. Remove the seeds from the mini peppers and chop these as well, adding them to the tray. Roast the veg with oil for 15 min at 180C. Once soft, place in the food processor and blend together till smooth. Place mixture in a large bowl and add all remaining ingredients, including the flour and cooked quinoa. Mix together to make a dough and mold into nice little balls, which you can then move back to your baking or gastro tray and roast for 15-20 min at 180C.

Dressing:

Soak the walnuts for 3 hours and during this time roast the red peppers using a gas boiler ring or you can use gas blow-torch to roast the pepper skin. Leave these to cool then, after taking off any burnt skin, remove the seeds and add the pepper to your food processor with the soaked walnut. Next, add the oil, water and salt and pepper to your taste and mix it to a smooth consistency. 

Notes

Number fat and calories for this recipe per one portion:

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