One can of chickpeas, 6 tortillas, a blender and roasting pan are the top/main items you need to prepare this feast. This was shared among 2 adults and one child. I know the amount of paprika might look a bit shocking but I kept the hummus and falafel slightly less spicy than usual. I did sprinkle a pinch of paprika as Tara wanted “red on her pizza”.
Step one: Rinse a can of chickpeas (250g drained) in water and divide into two parts.
For hummus, blend together:
1. 125 grams chickpeas
2. 2 tbsp tahini
3. A clove of garlic
4. A small piece of chilli, optional
5. 1 tsp cumin powder
6. Salt to taste
Blend together the following, roll into balls, coat with bread crumbs, drizzle some oil and bake at 180 degrees Celsius for 15-20 minutes/until golden:
1. 125 grams of chickpeas
2. A piece of chilli, optional
3. 1/4 cup of chopped parsley
4. A clove of garlic
5. 1 tbsp cumin powder
6. 1 small red onion
7. Few sprigs of fresh coriander
Heat them in the roasting pan for 5-10 minutes before serving.
How I served to Tara: I spread some hummus for her on tortilla, topped it with falafel pieces, olives and some paprika.