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Old 5th November 2008, 14:49   #1 (permalink)
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Few Questions - Fava and a dish I dont know!!

Hi all,

I am wondering if you can help...

I love Fava and want to make my own but I have no idea which beans to buy....do i but dried or fresh and what is the name in turkish?

Second one....where I used to work we got lunch provided, one day it was diced meat, with onions and peas in a thin kinda gravy with grated potato on top....anyone know what this is called and where to get a recipe to get the seasonings right??

Many thanks in advance

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Re: Few Questions - Fava and a dish I dont know!!

is this the Fava dish you are after? I think fava beans are also called broadbeans

http://www.turkishcookbook.com/2005/05/fava.php
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Re: Few Questions - Fava and a dish I dont know!!

Yeah thats the Fava but I cant seem to find the beans here....maybe I am looking for the wrong thing...are they called Fava Fasulye in turkish?
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Re: Few Questions - Fava and a dish I dont know!!

Heres a recipe that shows the beans - gives the Turkish as kuru bakla, and Fasulye as the long green beans. Hope that helps. Im sure shirley would know for sure.

http://www.mymerhaba.com/Fava-in-Turkey-928.html
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Re: Few Questions - Fava and a dish I dont know!!

you can make a great meze using broad beans ..bakla...in a mixer with garlic peppers etc plus mint ..
i believe all this type of food comes from Antakya/ Hatay where its a very popular meze
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