This succulent Asturian "Beans with Clams" stew combines ingredients from both the sea and the mountains: fava beans grown in the fields, and clams from the Bay of Biscay.

Fava beans are long, flat, white, kidney-shaped beans, grown in Asturias. Their thin, delicate skin and pleasant texture have made them a high-quality product with a quality brand of their own: "Faba de Asturias." Fava beans are also a key ingredient in another traditional Asturian dish: "fabada" (bean stew).


  • Title: "Fabes con Almejas"
  • Location: Alambique, Spain
  • Rights: David de Luis
  • Photographer: David de Luis
  • Food styling: Sandra Jiménez Osorio

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