Eating some Favas (next to chicken and bread)

Did I mention how delicious Fava Beans are in that last post. The fava dish here is simply some cooked Fava Beans stirred with rice and a mixture of minced garlic and some plain Greek Yogurt (I get the nice and fatty kind, though supposedly there are some decent fat free kinds – I’ve just never met one that isn’t runny). Anyway, just don’t use too much garlic like I did.

The bread is topped with a radish butter, suggested by the CSA, just food process a couple radishes with some butter and big salt. Pretty yummy. I don’t remember what went on that chicken, hmm… I think it might have involved some dried habaneros steeped in some hot water then cut up with some herbs and rubbed all over. Something like that.

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One Comment on “Eating some Favas (next to chicken and bread)”

  1. Nancy says:

    Hey Jon, we found some “good non fat Greek Yogurt- not runny” Look for FAGE all natural-nonfat Greek strained yogurt. Pronounced Fa-yeh


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