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Falafel Bar

During my week of family fun, we split up the cooking duties so one or two people weren’t cooking the whole week.  For my shift, I decided to organize a Falafel Bar.  With large groups, it gets hard to prepare detailed meals everyday.  It’s easier to put out fixins for a meal that everyone can assemble themselves.  A Falafel Bar was the perfect option for us and offered a variety from our usual Indian meals.  Here are the fixins I put out, along with the recipes for some of the ingredients:

The prep didn’t require too much time and the ingredients were fresh.  The hummous, baba ganoush, muhammara, and tzatziki remained surprisingly fresh even a few days later – they proved to be yummy leftovers!  Here are a couple of photos from the dinner.

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2 comments on “Falafel Bar

  1. gallivance.net
    January 14, 2013

    Hi Shruti, What a fabulous idea … and it looks gorgeous. We usually set up “grazing bars” during the holidays, but this takes it in a whole new direction. And you introduced me to a new taste sensation – muhammara. Thanks! All the best, Terri

  2. shruti914
    January 14, 2013

    Thank you – Another good option for large groups is a ‘Taco Bar’ with fixins!

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