FABADA ASTURIANA: traditional recipe step by step
La fabada asturiana is one of the best known dishes of Asturias and Spain. Therefore, any blog that publishes recipes of Spanish food, can not leave this recipe aside.
Preparing this dish may seem complicated, but today we are going to show that this is not true. The homemade bean stew is prepared with an easy recipe, which only requires a little time and patience.
To prepare that recipe we are going to need the essential ingredient: fabes. If for some reason, you do not know what it is, I leave here a link for you to report on fabes.
How to make homemade Asturian fabada in pot
To avoid any error in the preparation of this dish, today we are going to explain the homemade Asturian fabada recipe, step by step. In this way, anyone with any level of experience in cooking, will be able to prepare a traditional fabada to suck your fingers.
Asturian fabada, ingredients and preparation
Scare fabes. What is that?
Do you remember when we were preparing the recipe for fabada, and we added a stream of cold water to the pot with fabes, when it had reached a boiling point? That is called "scare fabes" and is very typical of the Asturian fabada recipe. This prevents the skin of the legume from falling off during cooking.
Other recipes that you may like (apart from the fabada)
If you have already prepared our Asturian fabada recipe, I recommend:
- Green bean salad.
- Or else, our recipe for white bean salad
- La delicious recipe for a rotten pot, richer than its name.
- Our quick bean salad.
- Some incredible baked beans with chorizo.
- A chickpea stew with spinach.