Because of an allergy to sesame seeds, I can only enjoy falafel made in my own kitchen. I have a great recipe, but it requires a good deal of prep work that makes satisfying a falafel craving on a whim a bit of a challenge.
I am wondering if falafel would take well to freezing. This way, I could make a large batch once in a while and have a falafel whenever the mood strikes me.
If freezing is a viable option, would it be best to freeze them uncooked or fully cook them before storing in the freezer? Finally, what would be the best re-heat method?
Sent by Sofia
Sofia, we're not sure about this one, so we'll throw it straight out to the readers. Anyone have advice for freezing falafel? If it does indeed work out, this could be a great weeknight meal.
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