A sandwich is a combination of one or more varieties of food items, such as cheese, vegetables, or meat, put together and placed on top or in between slices of bread as ready-to-eat food. Sandwiches are generally eaten as a snack or could be served as lunch or dinner, even taken to work, school or picnics as packed food. Depending on the kind of filling, they could be savoury or sweet.
Recipe of the day - Falafel Wrap
Falafels are deep-fried balls or patties made from ground chickpeas, fava beans, or both together and are usually served as wraps in flatbread or pita bread. The falafel balls are topped with salad, pickled vegetables, hot sauce, and drizzled with a Tahini-based sauce for a more distinct flavour.
History of Falafel goes back to Pharaonic Egypt; stories say that the dish originated in Egypt, possibly eaten by Copts as a replacement for meat during Lent. Falafel is considered as the national street food of Egypt.
This ancient dish, most likely came to be in Alexandria (Egypt). As Alexandria was a popular port, sailors from all over the world took these delicious patties back home and in time, the falafel became a popular fast food all over the Middle East.
Falafel is served as part of a meze (appetizers), also can be eaten alone as a snack or even as a whole meal.
In this Dish, the crispy falafels are paired with refreshing Tahini sauce and onion salad, wrapped in soft Arabic bread to serve.