Santorini Fava (PDO) (14.1 oz)
Fava can be cooked in much the same way as lentils. Combine one cup fava with 1.5 cups water, bring to a boil, and simmer until the fava reaches the desired texture. It's typically cooked to a "mashed potato" consistency, but you can adjust the texture by varying the amount of cooking time and water. Fava makes a great side dish or even a main course when topped with Greek capers, onion, and a healthy drizzle of Greek olive oil.
This fava brought me back to many wonderful meals in Santorini. Creamy and delicious served with Santorini capers, it works either as a side dish or a full meal on it’s own. Highly recommend
Favs-overall experience good- great taste and texture.
Please see above, then continue here.We stayed in Fira a few years ago and was introduced to fava when dining in a lovely restaurant. We loved it and was glad we were able to purchase our own.
Easy to cook. Tasty and creamy. I am a convert! Thank you.
Fava (according to Diane's recipe) was fabulous!