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By The Dreams Weaver
I was taking out ingredients to make dinner for the night, as well as starting to prep my challah for shabbas, and had another mashup challah idea. {Was about to make Trader Joe’s falafels to be served with hummus, tahini, Israeli salad, and pickles.}Falafellah ~ The Dreams WeaverWhat you will need:Challah dough {recipe here}Trader Joe’s falafel mix, or any falafel recipe or store boughtTahiniPicklesEgg for egg washZaatar seasoningFalafellah ~ The Dreams WeaverDirectionsPrepare challah dough according to directions. While the challah dough is rising, prepare and bake your falafel balls according to package instructions. I baked mine for a little less time {and smaller} than the box says since it will be going back in the oven again and you don’t want your falafel too dry.Falafellah ~ The Dreams WeaverWhile the falafel is in the oven, cut up your pickles and set them out on a paper towel to remove any excess pickle juice. Preheat the oven to 350°F. Divide dough into 4 equal parts and then roll each part into a log, long enough to fit a loaf pan.Gently flatten each log so that it is about 2 inches wide. Schmear a thin layer of tahini, but leave a border so it’s easy to seal up after, and top with falafel and pickles. Pinch the edges to seal, and then braid the logs. Falafellah ~ The Dreams WeaverPlace the challah in a greased loaf pan and let the challah rise 30 minutes. Then brush with egg wash and sprinkle with zaatar seasoning. Falafellah ~ The Dreams WeaverBake for 40-50 minutes, until the top is golden brown and the challah is cooked through. Falafellah ~ The Dreams WeaverEnjoy!photo signature_zpsf75b5071.png

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