- n. A fava bean
- From Italian (Wiktionary)
“When the fava is the thickness you desire, turn off the heat and stir in the oregano, lemon juice, and remaining 2 Tbsp. olive oil.”
“Although fava is grown across Greece, Santorini fava are slightly sweeter than those grown elsewhere and are widely considered to have superior flavor.”
“Puréed fava is also the base of Fava Pantremeni, or “Married” Fava.”
“To make the crust, cooked fava is mixed with semolina flour, pressed into a tart pan, and baked until it’s slightly crispy.”
“However, the Mediterranian area did have a distant relative that resembles the Lima bean called the fava bean or haba in Spanish.”
“In Peru, habas are broad beans, also known as fava beans, or in Latin, vicia faba.”
“They use cover crops, such as fava beans instead of fertilizer, and irrigate their ornamentals with graywater from their washing machine and shower.”
“Cut the garlic clove in half and rub the cut sides on the tops of the slices, then top each slice with a tablespoon or two of the mashed fava mixture.”
“Arrange the toasted slices with the fava mixture on top in a single layer on the baking sheet.”
“A stand of fava beans at Green Spring Gardens, maturing when the larkspur blooms in June.”
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