Falafel Burger
30-60 Min
500+ Kcal

Everything started from childhood. I liked and loved cooking various dishes and desserts. I dare to say that my love for cooking from childhood till now is due to genetics, as my father was a cook. Cooking has become my real profession since the day I set foot in Georgian Culinary Academy. At first, I took a professional course of confectioner, then I continued to work as a cook. After completion of the courses, I worked in several restaurants and pastry shops. I appreciate and love every step I took because I’ve gained wide experience. I feel myself very happy when people taste dishes or desserts prepared by me. Vegetarian cuisine takes up a large part of my culinary activity, namely, in restaurant Leila, where I currently host not only Georgian guests, but foreign tourists as well. - Aza Gogolidze

300 300 gr. chick-pea
1 1 piece onion
1 1 piece lemon
1 1 piece parsley
50 50 gr. mint
10 10 gr. garlic
3 3 piece tahini
50 50 gr. coarsely-ground pepper
1 1 рinch bread crumbs
200 200 gr. sweet and spicy sauce
100 100 gr. sour cream
150 150 gr. sour cream
10 10 gr. Dijon mustard
1 1 piece tomato
6 6 piece lettuce leaves
5 5 piece burger bread
step 1
Grind soaked chick-pea, parsley, mint, garlic, and onion together in a meat grinder, add eggs, lemon juice, tahini, coarsely-ground pepper, 100 g bread crumbs, salt to taste.
step 2
Mix everything well together. Make 100 gram balls, give them shape of a round, flat cutlet, roll them in the remaining bread crumbs and put them in the freezer for 30 minutes. Then we can heat the pan, pour some oil and fry on both sides.
step 3
For serving, mix sour cream and Dijon mustard. Spread sweet-spicy sauce on burger bun, put lettuce leaf, fried falafel, tomato, sour cream sauce and bread.

How To Serve

Bon Appetite!