Habas a la Rondeña refers to broad beans stew Ronda style. It is made of broad beans with cured ham. The dish is so popular that it is most often called Spanish-style beans. Habas a la Rondeña is one of the typical foods of Malaga. The Province of Malaga (Málaga) is situated on the southern coast of Spain, in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, while Ronda is a town in Malaga, Andalucia

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