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Loubia is a Moroccan bean stew. It is a white bean stew made with tomatoes, garlic, spices like cumin, and sometimes a little spicy chili. It can be found on Moroccan restaurant menus but can also sometimes be found as street food, particularly in colder weather. The Tunisian variant of loubia is spicy version of chili, meat and beans and perfect for winter days.

This classic, flavorful dish is much loved in Moroccan homes, where the beans and zesty tomato-based sauce are traditionally scooped up with bread. White beans are soaked overnight then stewed with roasted meat as non-vegan variant and fresh tomatoes, ginger, paprika, and cumin.

It's a comfort food that stands alone as an entrée, but it also works well as a side, particularly to fried fish dinners.

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