This Middle Eastern street food is hard to beat: spiced chickpea fritters served in warm pitta bread with cucumber, tomato, natural yoghurt and a drizzle of tahini.
To make the falafel, whiz up the chickpeas, garlic, onion, spices and parsley in a food processor until just smooth.
Empty into a bowl, add in the flour and season to taste.
It will taste quite strong, but don't worry, it needs to be since it will mellow when it's cooked.
Flour your hands and shape the mixture into 4 patties and fry them in a little oil until golden on both sides (about 3-4 minutes on a medium to low heat).
While they're cooking, heat up the pittas, then split them open and pop 2 falafels into each, followed by slices of cucumber and the seasoned tomato slices.
Spoon over the yoghurt and tahini, if using.