Bio Yellow Split Peas Antonopoulos 500g

Fava sturgeon of local indigenous organic variety.Suitable for vegan and vegetarians.
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Nutritional benefits

  • Rich source of protein
  • A rich source of low glycemic index complex carbohydrates
  • Rich source of soluble and insoluble fiber. Fiber helps maintain good bowel function, maintain normal weight, help prevent and control diabetes more effectively, and helps lower cholesterol
  • Rich source of iron, folic acid, magnesium, copper, phosphorus and potassium
  • Rich source of B vitamins

Type: Combine legumes with other sources of vegetable protein such as wheat, This makes it a perfect choice for people with diabetes and for those who want to lose weight or follow a balanced diet. millet or the buckwheat since this combination gives a plate of high-value protein.

FAVA FROM LATHOURI VELOUTE ((about 8 servings)

Run time: 60min


-500 grams of fennel fava

-2 tsp olive oil

-2 whole dried onions

-1 carrot chopped into rings

-2 cloves of garlic

-1 laurel





Serving materials:

-Olive oil in a quantity we like

-1 small onion cut into washer

- capers


- olives

-lemon juice

Run: Put the fava in a pan with the water to boil. Once the fava is inflated, strain it into a strainer and rinse it thoroughly.

Put the water in the pan, along with the fava, carrot, garlic and 2 whole onions which we have slightly carved with the knife to make them sweet. Add salt, pepper, coriander and laurel. Then pour the olive oil and let it boil on low heat for about 45 minutes. Stir often with a spoon.

The fava is ready when it has drunk all its water and catches and splashes.

Remove from heat and as soon as the fava has cooled make a velvet blender.

Serve with olive oil, lemon juice, onion, capers, olives and oregano

Enjoy your amazing salad!