Heat oven to 200oc fan/180oc/gas 6. Put 200g canned, drained chickpeas with quarter of a finely diced onion, a clove of garlic, pinch of ground coriander and ground cumin, a teaspoon of olive oil and about a tablespoon of some fresh coriander or parsley in bowl. Mix 2 teaspoons of gram flour (lentil or chickpea flour) with four teaspoons of water and stir until it is a paste. Put into bowl (or a blender) and blend all ingredients with a hand blender. Once it creates a smooth, stiff paste, stop blending and form into 6 balls. Dust each one lightly with gram flour, lay on a non-stick baking sheet and cook for 15 – 20 minutes. Meanwhile make up 40g of cous cous (wholegrain if possible) according to pack instructions, using boiling vegetable stock in place of plain boiling water. Heat up 150g of tomato pasta sauce. Once cous cous is ready, transfer to a bowl, place the cooked falafel on top and serve with the tomato sauce spooned on top or on the side as you prefer.