Crunchy, toasty, salty, yummy. No need to be Peruvian to appreciate the massive snacking power in Inca's Food Fried Fava Beans!
Fava beans are large, slightly sweet legumes, widely used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. In Peru, this fried and salted version (with all the crispiness that comes with it) is a successful snack. It checks all the boxes: awesome flavor, satisfying bite, natural ingredients, all the practicality you can have!
Inca's Food Habas Fritas.
Salted Fried Fava Beans.
Contains 4 oz / 113 g.
Contains Habas. Manufactured on equipment that processes peanuts and other tree nuts.
Product of Peru.
Have a little taste of Inca's Food Fava Beans mixed with other crispy marvels like nuts, popcorn, or chips. Add some to salads or sauces for a crunchy spin!
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I had shop in the past and I was satisfied with everything I ordered prices are good products fresh tasty well prepared thank you I will ordered again soon
I love fava beans, they are very tasty and unable to find it anywhere else
Inca's Food Habas Fritas (Salty Fried Fava Beans) - 4 oz / 113 g
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