Beet Falafel with Hummus & Roasted Vegetables
Dinner • 800g
Traditional chickpea, tahini, and herb patty with red beets from Gundermann acres. Fresh made hummus with roasted seasonal vegetables from local Texas farms
Dietary & Lifestyle Attributes
No Added Sugar
Chickpeas, Red beets, Cumin, Flax meal, Tahini, Lemon juice, Oat flour, Extra virgin olive oil, Nutritional yeast, Hemp seeds, Oregano, Carrots, Radish, CucumberParsley
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Instructions for Reheating & Enjoying
Remove clear lid and hummus. 2) Place tray into the microwave, heat for 3 minutes. Stir + repeat until hot, let cool & enjoy with hummus!
Transfer meal to oven safe dish with a lid. Put garnishes to the side. Cover and bake in oven at 350°F for 10 minutes. Let cool and enjoy with hummus!
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