Asturian pot, traditional stew

Asturian pot, traditional stew

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Stews are very common in northern areas for cold seasons, as is the case with this Asturian pot. It is a typical grandmother's recipe, a traditional dish that you can make for children in the colder season.

An ideal time to taste this Asturian pot is February, when the slaughter is carried out in the villages from the Spanish region of Asturias, and that is why this stew brings together the best of the local products. This stew will give children energy and essential nutrients.

  • 500 gr. white beans (or fabes)
  • 250 gr. pork ribs
  • 400 gr. of lacón
  • 2 sausages
  • 2 blood sausages
  • 500 gr. of patatos
  • 1 cabbage
  • Olive oil
  • Sweet paprika
  • Salt

1. The night before preparing the Asturian pot, leave the pork shoulder in a pot with water, so that it loses excess salt. Do the same with the beans in another pot.

2. The next day, drain the beans and the ham. Put the beans, the ribs, the pork shoulder, the sausages and the black pudding in a large pot. Cover with cold water and heat over medium heat.

3. Remove the foam from the top with the slotted spoon. Let it cook for 1 hour and a half to 2 hours, until the beans are tender.

4. In another pot, bring the well washed and chopped cabbage to a boil with a little salt. Wash, peel and chop the potatoes and reserve them.

5. When the cabbage is cooked, add it together with the potatoes to the pot with the beans and let it cook together. Add a little of the cabbage cooking broth if necessary.

6. When there are about 5 minutes of cooking, add a drizzle of olive oil, a little salt and sweet paprika to taste.

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