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Greek Fava with Grilled Squid

September/October 2008

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Fava is the Greek word for bean puree, almost exclusively made with yellow split peas—here it's served with grilled squid, but the simplest and most traditional is raw onion, olive oil and lemon juice; in Santorini it is topped with stewed capers and onions, a combination referred to as “married” fava in Greek. For a vegetarian topping, try a combination of arugula and caramelized onions.


Greek Fava with Grilled Squid

1 Review for Greek Fava with Grilled Squid

02/05/2012

Very good and easy quick dinner.

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