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This may be our taste, but it was too spicy for everyone but me (at least it was flavorful, unlike other tofu dishes!) Used everything but the cayenne. I pressed the tofu, but not sure if I did it right. The balls were quite soft, even after baking for 40 minutes. So, don't base your choice on my review! It may just be us. I also used parchment paper instead of greasing the sheet.

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WI Cheesehead April 01, 2007

I love falafel, and was really curious to try this recipe as I've always made chickpea-based falafel recipes. I also really liked the fact that these were baked rather than fried. Being on unfamiliar territory, I made these falafel exactly to the recipe except for omitting the cayenne pepper (a personal taste preference; I added some freshly ground black pepper instead). And for ease of making, I made them in mini silicon muffin pans. Truly delicious, healthy and really quick to make. We've enjoyed them in sandwiches and with salads. Thank you, Bunny Mom, for posting another wonderful recipe from your Moosewood recipes. I'll be making these again!

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bluemoon downunder February 18, 2006
Soy Falafel