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The turmeric fava beans soup is a chunky tasty dish that is perfect for winter or when looking for an option that will soothe and delight your tastebuds. This dish is fairly easy to make and a good alternative to chili.
My family loves chili but variety on the menu is something that is important to expand their palate. And making fava beans is a good option, as these beans are a good source of dietary fiber, protein, phosphorus, copper, manganese, and folate.
Including beans in our diet is always a good idea as they can complement our daily intake of fiber and protein. Making the fava beans is fairly easy. Watch the video below for details.
You just need a pressure cooker or a ditch oven. Some like to soak the fava beans before cooking but you can cook directly form the bag, just clean with running water to remove any stone or impurities.
Grew up eating fava beans because mom was used to make them often. At that time did not like the fav bean soup because of the particular smell they have while the cooking process. But when using aromatic condiments like turmeric and cumin both take out that odor and make the soup smoky and flavorful.
The turmeric fava beans soup is perfect for those following a vegetarian diet. You can serve alongside a fresh salad and pair with croutons or freshly made bread. Perfect for lunch or as part of a dinner.
The fava beans soup is hearty and satisfying. The dish brings so many memories when enjoying this soup for lent at mom’s. A soup like this was an option that will never fail on meatless Friday.
Have you tried fava beans soup before. I invite you to prepare this easy recipe soon.