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Macros (per serving)

Fat

16%

(2 g)

Protein

11%

(3 g)

Carbs

73%

(19 g)

15 g Net,

4 g Fiber

106 Calories (per serving)

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Turkish falafel in a lettuce wrap

By Meal.com

Originally these balls are made from chickpeas, but they are also super tasty with sweet potato and carrot. A pleasant change on a sunny Sunday afternoon.

Ingredients

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Sweet potato

200 g

Carrot

2 pieces

Almond flour

1 12 Tbsp

Dried turmeric

1 tsp

Dried coriander

1 tsp

Cumin Ground

1 tsp

lettuce

4 leaves

Red pepper (sweet)

1 piece

Yellow bell pepper

1 piece

Instructions

Difficulty

Easy

Prep time

10 min

Cook time

15 min

1

Cook the sweet potato until cooked..

2

Cut the peppers into pieces.

3

Preheat the oven to 375°F.

4

Put the grated carrots, sweet potato, almond flour and spices in the food processor and mix

5

Turn the mixture into balls and place them on a baking tray lined with baking paper

6

Bake for about 15 minutes. Turn the balls over carefully halfway.

7

Allow the balls to cool briefly and place them in a salad leaf together with a handful of bell pepper.

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Details

Allergens

Nuts, Nightshade

Diet

Paleo, Vegetarian, Sirtfood

Course

Lunch, Dinner

Cooking equipment

Food processor, Oven

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