Monday, 15 June 2009

Marijuana Seed Falafel

There is nothing better than a scrumptious falafel from a Kebab shop after a big night out. They truly are a fantastic end to a night on the town. But then I got thinking, since I like them so much, why not make them the central feature of my evening? So I’ve come up with a recipe to add a bit of a kick to these little delights, making them interesting enough to enjoy on their own, and not just as an afterthought at the end of an evening.
What you need:

2 cups fresh ground marijuana seeds
1/2 cup finely chopped green pepper
1/2 cup finely chopped onion
1 tbsp minced garlic
2 tbsp chopped parsley
1/4 cup olive oil
1 egg (beaten)
water (1-3 tbsp)
one handful of flour, salt, pepper
Louisiana Hot Sauce
cooking oil
Mix the 2 cups of hempseeds with the green peppers, onion garlic and parsley, and toss in the olive oil. Add the hot sauce to taste, and then add the egg and water.
Shape the mixture into balls by rolling small amounts in your hands. Then roll the balls in flour with salt and pepper to taste.
Heat 2 tbsp oil in a skillet over medium heat. Gently brown hempseed balls on all sides for 8 to ten minutes. Serve alone with a dip, or in pita pockets with garlic yogurt sauce, and a little sliced onion, cucumber, lettuce.

Very important small print disclaimer: (too late to be reading if you’re already eating!)

We want to make one thing clear stoners – the recipes reprinted within this blog are for decorative purposes only – ie: print them out, stick them on your wall and make your friends laugh. Although they DO appear on occasion to contain every one of the basic food groups, weed is in a category of its own, and not yet considered a mainstream dietary requirement. We do not condone irresponsible or illegal behaviour and the recipes are reproduced purely for our own amusement. But if YOU find them so amusing that you are powerless to resist trying them out on your friends – you have been warned! And by the way while we’re on the subject, we also take no responsibility whatsoever for your high (or lack of high) if you do try them. In other words - you are entirely responsible for any effects which may result in you or others - especially if your kitchen measurement mantra runs to, “Is this a teaspoon or a tablespoon?” Rock on.

1 comment:

Pat said...

Being able to turn people on to it certainly made this piece more interesting -

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Pat Hartman
News Editor,The Blog of Kevin Dolgin