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.
Tripas à Moda do Porto is a Portuguese dish containing tripe, beans, carrots, and several other types of meat and sausage.
I revisit a recipe from two years ago, for a Romanian dish of beans root vegetables, and smoked sausage.
I don’t have a solid source for what the East Timoran version of feijoada is actually like, but this is one possible interpretation.
Cocido Montanes is a pork and beans dish from Cantabria, Spain. It contains beans, cabbage and several kinds of fresh and smoked pork and sausages.
Olla podrida is a Spanish stew, consisting of beans, pork, and other meats and vegetables simmered together.
Fabada Asturiana is a Spanish dish, consisting of beans and several varieties of cured pork and sausages.
Tavce Gravce is a Macedonian baked bean dish.
Prebranac is a Serbian baked bean dish.
Pasulj is a Serbian bean soup or stew, with root vegetables and sausage.