Favas

Related to Favas: Fava beans, Faba bean

Fa´vas


n.1.See Favus, n., 2.
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1kg favas in the pod) - or peas if you prefer 11/2tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 1/2 sweet onion (such as a Vidalia), finely chopped 2tbsp double cream shrimp, until they start to curl, for about one minute.
1kg favas in the pod) - or peas if you prefer 11/2tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 1/2 sweet onion (such as a Vidalia), finely chopped 2tbsp double cream FOR THE TOAST: 15g unsalted butter 225g large prawns, shelled, deveined, and halved lengthwise Coarse salt Juice of 1/2 lemon Four 3/4inch-thick slices country-style bread Flaky salt A few handfuls of watercress or baby spinach TARRAGON BUTTER: Mix the butter, tarragon, and a pinch of course salt.
1kg favas in the pod) - or peas if you prefer 11/2tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 1/2 sweet onion (such as a Vidalia), finely chopped 2tbsp double cream d slip shrimp until they shrimp, until they start to curl, for about one minute.
Mashed favas and an exotic mix of spices give the familiar egg salad sandwich a makeover.
Favas are most commonly associated with Italian dishes, but they can be found from Spain to Southwestern France, from Italy to Morocco.
Nowadays, you're more likely to find favas in your favorite specialty grocer than in the pantry of a famous fictional cannibal with extremely refined taste.
To my taste, the best dry favas are the small-seeded ones normally grown in North America as cover crops.
Favas and ricotta on buttermilk crackers 8 SERVINGS (16 CRACKERS) | 45 MINUTES We picked the favas from our garden and made ricotta from the milk of Holly, Sunset's cow (she lives on a farm south of our office).