Broken fava beans without integument are legumes of kidney shape and cream yellow color, obtained from whole beans. Typical of beans or dried lentils: they are in fact dipped in boiling water directly, or steamed. The end result is a sort of puree, excellent accompaniment for vegetables with a bitter aftertaste. The beans are also the least caloric legume ever and as with beans and lentils, they acquired a leading role in ancient times as the food of the poor par excellence, given their low cost and simple availability. The beans are rich in proteins, iron, potassium, magnesium, copper, selenium and many vitamins, especially ascorbic acid.o.
SIZE: 400 grams.
SPECIFICATIONS: Broken fava beans, soaking not necessary, cooking 40/50 minutes.
INGREDIENTS: 100 Broad beans, may contain traces of gluten..
ADDITIVES AND PRESERVATIVES: Nobody.
STORAGE METHODE: Dry place.
AVERAGE DEADLINE: 2 years.
RECOMMENDED COMBINATIONS: Broad beans are legumes rich in nutrients, generally used for delicious soups and soups. Excellent even if used for the classic puree to spread on bruschetta with the addition of Extra virgin olive oil.