Feijão Tropeiro is a Brazilian dish consisting of beans, meat and cassava flour.
Feijoada Sergipana is a version of the popular Brazilian dish served in the state of Sergipe. Unlike the feijoada commonly found in the rest of the country, it includes a plethora of vegetables.
Feijoada Banana is a version of the popular Brazilian dish feijoada from the province of Bahia. It uses pinto beans instead of the black beans found in other parts of Brazil.
Feijoada is one of the national dishes of Brazil. This version is based on recipes from Minas Gerais.
Tripas à Moda do Porto is a Portuguese dish containing tripe, beans, carrots, and several other types of meat and sausage.
Cocido Madrileño is a one pot meal from Madrid, consisting of several kinds of meat, garbanzo beans, and vegetables simmered together and then served as several courses.
I revisit a recipe from two years ago, for a Romanian dish of beans root vegetables, and smoked sausage.
Feijoada à moda de Macau is the version of Feijoada served in Macau. If contains beans, pork and either chorizo or Chinese sausage, carrots, tomatoes and cabbage.
I don’t have a solid source for what the East Timoran version of feijoada is actually like, but this is one possible interpretation.
Feijoada de Moçambique is a variation of the Portuguese dish feijoada, as made in Mozambique.