|Hodmedod's version of the classic Egyptian ful medames, which went down very well at the Aldeburgh Food Festival in 2012 when we offered samples to show off the potential of British-grown Whole Fava Beans.|
The national dish of Egypt, ful medames is a delicious spicy stew traditionally eaten for breakfast (and to break fast), often with eggs.
Myriad variations of this dish are cooked across North Africa and the Middle East. Here's the recipe for our version, inspired by the classic Egyptian dish but made with Hodmedod's British-grown beans, of course!
(If you’re pushed for time you could try our 15-minute ful medames.)
Serves 4-6 (ideal for home freezing)
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