If you’re entertaining, you’ll want to have plenty of toasted pita on hand so your guests can dive into my addictive fava puree with red onion and capers.
Greek fava, rather than fava beans, is really cooked yellow split peas and traditionally accompanies grilled or fried fish. For the picture-perfect meze, place the fava puree in the center of a plate and top with a few teaspoons of olive oil, fresh squeezed lemon juice, capers and coarsely chopped red onion.
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Prepared in 40 minutes or less