Egypt consumes approximately 70 percent of its beans in split form, which are used primarily for Tamaya or falafel mixes. Split beans are made into a paste which is mixed with vegetables, herbs and spices and then fried to form a patty.
Tamaya are usually served in a pita bread, with salads, pickled vegetable, hot sauce, and drizzled with tahini sauce.
Tamaya sandwiches are found all over the world and recently has found itself being popular into mainstream street food culture. It is substituted as a healthier and more cost executive product than meat and chicken sandwiches.
That cater to the whole spectrum of Tamaya vendors and restaurants.
|3||Quality||Color Sortex Cleaned|
|6||Size||7-10 MM/10-12 MM/ 12-14 MM|
|10||Imperfect Seeds||5% Maximum|
|11||Packing||25KG in Polypropylene Bags|
|12||Shelf Life||2 years|