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black eyed beans/peas
The black-eyed pea or black-eyed bean is a legume grown around the world for its medium-sized, edible bean
The black-eyed pea or black-eyed bean is a legume grown around the world for its medium-sized, edible bean. It is a subspecies of the cowpea, an Old World plant domesticated in Africa, and is sometimes simply called a cowpea. All the peas are green when freshly shelled and brown or buff when dried. A popular variation of the black-eyed pea is the purple hull pea; it is usually green with a prominent purple or pink spot. Other beans of somewhat similar appearance, such as the frijol ojo de cabra (goat's-eye bean) of northern Mexico, are sometimes incorrectly called black-eyed peas, and vice versa.
Taro & Sweet potatoes With Tapioca Jellies Coconut Milk Dessert
Ingredients A & Steps:
1/3 Cup of Dried Cube Tapioca Jellies
Boil until softened & translucent. Set aside.
Ingredients B & Steps:
1/3 Cup Black Eyed Peas
Boil until softened, set aside.
Ingredients C & Steps:
I adapted a dish originally made by the chef Marcus Samuelsson.
My changes (in addition to downsizing a bit as 8-10 servings for one person would be overkill) were using a serrano pepper instead of habanaro (it’s what the supermarket had), and using veggie broth instead of chicken stock...
Indian chaura na poora, or Black-Eyed Bean Pancakes
You'll either need a high powdered liquidiser such as a Vitamix or a decent food processor and depending on what you have depends on how long these take to make.
If you have the Vitamix, then you don't have to soak the beans overnight, but you...
I vaguely recall promising to write up some recipes with black eyed beans in them. It is still on my list of things to do but I have been source tracked recently by some family issues.
However, I spotted this recipe this morning and thought it looked great. It is from Vegan Richa's blog and I...
2 large onions, chopped (I use a food processor)
1 large red bell pepper, chopped
1 large green bell pepper, chopped
6 cloves garlic, minced
5 cups (24 ounces) fresh black-eyed peas, or 2 1/2 cups (1 pound) dried peas, soaked overnight and drained
6 cups vegetable broth
Does anyone have a good, simple black-eyed peas recipe that doesn't have ham hock or bacon in it? We normally cook them on New Year's, and have found the ham hock to be more trouble than it's worth. Last year we substituted bacon, but my husband put a whole pound in and it was greasy and...