fabada

fabada

[fuh-bah-duh; Spanish fah-vah-thah]
noun, plural fabadas [fuh-bah-duhz; Spanish fah-vah-thahs] . Spanish Cookery.
a stew of broad beans usually cooked with pork, sausage, and bacon.

Origin:
< dialectal Spanish (Asturias), equivalent to fab(a) bean (< Latin) + -ada -ade1

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