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Goodfella’s Falafel vegan Pizza

Goodfella’s recently put on the market a new pizza, totally plant-based, their Vegan Falafel Pizza. Without any doubt we had to give it a bite and check out the taste.

After tasting this pizza, I would nearly say that it is happened to be vegan, because I believe Goodfella’s focused on creating a tasty (Mediterranean style) pizza which happens to be completely plant-based. Anyone who thinks that a plant-based pizza isn’t rich in taste should dig their teeth in this one.

When looking at the ingredients it states that there also is a hummus drizzle on the pizza. Now falafel and hummus are a wonderful combo so imagine both of them on top of a pizza! When tasting, I think the taste of the falafel is greater (also because there is a substantial amount of falafel topping), whilst the hummus is more subtle. There is a nice colour mix also coming from the red peppers and the spinach. For those who don’t like spinach much, it doesn’t have a over-powering spinach taste (on the contrary).

The crispy pizza base, something one should assume from a Goodfella’s pizza. As I already said the falafel is a dominant flavour, but added with it there is a mild to medium spicy kick which really helps the overall taste of the pizza. After you try it as is, you can sometimes change and play with the taste a bit by adding some vegan cheese on top (or any other topping you wish… no meat :-)).

Overall this is a good pizza to have in your freezer and makes a good change from the normal pizzas.

Getting to know Goodfella's Falafel Vegan Pizza

VeggyMalta tries out Goodfella's new vegan falafel pizza. loaded with veggies and some hummus and a doze of falafel, this pizza has a distinctive taste to it.

Posted by Veggy Malta on Sunday, September 15, 2019

Author: Darryl Grima

Darryl Grima is Veggy Malta's Editor. He became vegetarian over 30 years ago and over the years became always more plant based. He recalls a time when Malta was not so vegetarian and vegan friendly. Apart from campaigning and raising awareness on plant based issues he is also active in environmental and animal welfare organisations. He holds a Diploma in Political Studies and a Masters in Business Administration.

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