Fabes con almejas

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Fabes con amasueles
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A close up of fabes con almejas
Alternative names Habas con almejas (Spanish)
Course Main course or appetizer
Place of origin Asturias
Region or state Asturias
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients Clams, beans
Variations Fabada Asturiana
Other information Popular throughout
Cookbook: Fabes con amasueles  Media: Fabes con amasueles

Fabes con almejas (Spanish) or Fabes con amasueles, in Asturian for beans with clams, is a clam and bean stew that originated in the principality of Asturias in the 19th century as peasant fare.[1] It is a lighter variation of Asturian fabada whose primary ingredients are sausage, beans and pork.

The traditional recipe for fabes con amasueless calls for small clams, fava beans, onions, garlic, salt, saffron, bay leaves, olive oil, parsley, bread crumbs and sometimes sweet paprika.[2][3]

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