Mushroom Köfte

Köfte are traditionally made with ground meat, bulgur or vegetables. They have been integral to Arab and Sephardic Jewish culinary traditions for centuries. Formed into little round balls, tapered cigar shapes, or small hamburger-type patties, they are usually browned and then finished in a sauce or stew.

My version combines minced mushrooms with chickpea flour, gluten and spices. They are simple to form and cook, but they can turn chewy if overworked – so be sure to work fast and with a light touch.

Shopping Notes: Most of the ingredients are readily available in most supermarkets. Vital gluten is simple

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