Traditionally Falafel are adopted from Arabic cuisine and are made with Chickpeas. They are served on their own with Hummus and Tahini Sauce but we do enjoy them with Green Chutney and some Ketchup too.
I really don’t know have a reason to justify why this post is not up since June . How terrible of me isn’t it! I do admit. With many other things on the card, a few posts were held back.
This post along with the pictures have a story to narrate. Every now and then, I often take up assignments for clients that require shooting non stop for 8 hours.
A few day’s before the Shoot Day in June, I fell sick and had not picked up my camera for literally 10 days in a go. The day before the shoot, I was not sure if I would really be able to muster courage and do justice. Instead of falling apart, I decided to shoot these scrumptious fried balls for 3 hours non stop in all possible ways.This was more an exercise before the exam. I worked on a set of white background, a set of color and moody pictures for the same mediteranean appetiser. Some were justified, some were terrible, some were ackward and some were with the perfect result I desired!!!
Uff!!! It was a sense of satisfaction after the practice and also contentment that I hadn’t lost touch to work.
On this note, let me leave you to enjoy these gorgeous falafel balls along with these bright dippers. Do drop in a word if ever you make them. It brings a little cheer on my face!!!