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Fava Beans With Cilantro

Fava Beans With Cilantro created by Andi Longmeadow Farm

Posting for the ZWT 5 Portugal Times are approximate Found while surfing and is from Food of spain and Potugal

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  • Saute bacon until crisp add onion and saute for 5 minutes.
  • Add beans and broth cover and simmer 20 minutes;
  • Add salt, peppe and cilantro,
  • Toss to mix and serve.
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  1. jeninbend
    We were fortunate to pick up fresh fava beans at the farmers market at Friday Harbor on San Juan Island this weekend. We’re staying in a B&B with a kitchen so a simple recipe was preferable. I made these with Canadian Bacon, a shallot and butter sautéed together and then added the fresh beautiful beans and low salt organic canned chicken stock. After twenty minutes I decided to cook them down until there was no more liquid and they caramelized just a little and then I stirred in the fresh cilantro at the end as prescribed. I should have made a double recipe because this is killer! If you’re making these for someone who is squidgy on fava beans and only knows them from a famous movie, just make them try one bite with their eyes closed and they’ll surely change their minds. Pouring a nice chianti will just be an added bonus! Thanks for the recipe!
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  2. SarahBeth
    This was so easy and sooooo good. I subbed Lima beans for the fava beans, because I could not find them (and to be honest I am obsessed with lima beans). I love the use of the chicken broth here. It adds a whole different dimension. I subbed Cavender's Greek seasoning for the S&P and we ate the whole entire dish! I will be making these a lot! Thanks for posting! Made for Holiday Tag 2009!
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  3. SarahBeth
    This was so easy and sooooo good. I subbed Lima beans for the fava beans, because I could not find them (and to be honest I am obsessed with lima beans). I love the use of the chicken broth here. It adds a whole different dimension. I subbed Cavender's Greek seasoning for the S&P and we ate the whole entire dish! I will be making these a lot! Thanks for posting! Made for Holiday Tag 2009!
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  4. Andi Longmeadow Farm
    Having pulled these lovely beans from the vines this morning, I found my way to this recipe, and no doubt a real beauty here, in prep, in presentation, and of course, the final taste. What could there be not to love? You got have the bacon, onions, broth, S&P. And the best darn beans on the East, South, North, and the whole West coasts. Delicious! Made for *Everyday is a Holiday* November 2009
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  5. Andi Longmeadow Farm
    Fava Beans With Cilantro Created by Andi Longmeadow Farm
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