Easy Vegan Foul (gluten- free, high protein and fiber)

Fava beans or broad beans are a very common stable in the Arab as well as African world since ancient times as it gives a great supply of protein, dietary fiber, potassium and much more! Fava beans are available as fresh produce only in spring and are commonly used as dried beans or canned ones. I always souk and boil my own beans and freeze them in small packs; in this way it is very easy to avoid canned ones. This is a easy vegan high protein breakfast and prepared in less then 15 min. 




Makes 2 servings

Ingredients:

Fresh Ingredients:
1 small cucumber
Pickles of choice e.g. homemade sauerkraut
Mini Gherkins
1 organic garlic clove, diced

Basics:
2 cups boiled small fava beans (canned or self cooked)
Olive Oil

Spices/ Herbs:
Salt, pepper, paprika, ginger

Tahini dressing:

Fresh Ingredients:
1 medium sized tomatoes sliced in small cubes
1-2 organic garlic cloves, diced

Basics:
10 Tbsp. Tahini sauce
5 Tbsp. non-dairy milk
2 Tbsp. soy sauce

Spices/ Herbs:
Salt, pepper, paprika, cumin, coriander

How to do:

·         Heat up some olive oil in a pan, add first garlic, then the fava beans and spices and fry for around 5min till the beans are hot (main purpose is to just heat up the beans).
·         Mix all dressing ingredients together, add the hot beans and mix again.
·         Cut cucumber into sticks.
·         Place foul on one plate together with cucumbers, mini gherkins and homemade Sauerkraut.



Tip:

You can add other condiments as well, especially pickles are going well with the creaminess of this dish; like turnips, olives, carrots as well as all kind of non pickled vegetables




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