Definitions

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  • n. A dish from Asturias, made of white beans, pork products, chorizo and various other ingredients.

Etymologies

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From Asturian fabada

Examples

  • That's so Spanish, except we'd use habas or alubias beans and call the dish "fabada", with variations depending on which regions it came from.

    Pork Belly and Chorizo Stew

  • Today, Spanish cooking is known for an unusual blend of avant-garde creations -- so-called molecular gastronomy, in which liquid nitrogen has become a standard cooking tool -- and more rustic fare, such as fabada, a pork and bean stew.

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  • Today, Spanish cooking is known for an unusual blend of ultra-avant-garde creations - so-called molecular gastronomy, in which liquid nitrogen has become a standard cooking tool - and more rustic fare, such as fabada, a pork and bean stew.

    news | SH | http://www.heraldtribune.com

  • I actually studied in Madrid during college, and tortilla española was one of two things my house mom made that I liked the other was fabada asturiana.

    tortilla de patatas | smitten kitchen

  • The last man who said that to me (a tourist who was convinced that Hemingway had invented the fabada stew during the San Fermin bull run) bought a copy of Hamlet signed by Shakespeare in ballpoint, imagine that.

    The Shadow of the Wind

  • The 'plato del dia' is Asturia's beloved bean and pork fest, fabada, here translated as a sort of floury sub-cassoulet with entirely the wrong beans.

    Home

  • After we finished our bowls of fabada-a saffron-scented white-bean soup containing blood sausage, freshly ground chorizo, and cubes of braised pig trotters-one of the cooks stood up to announce the second course.

    Seattle Weekly | Complete Issue

  • Which was the perfect excuse for a minor makeover of the classic Spanish stew called fabada.

    Weekend Mixtape

  • Here's a speedy take on classic Spanish fabada stew

    Weekend Mixtape

  • Uncontested monarch of local dishes is the fabada asturiana, a take-no-prisoners stew of fabas (big white beans) with a compendium of smoked meats and sausages.

    The Guardian World News

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