I was never a black eyed pea fan till I had them in this dish. Oh… my…. gosh. It’s wonderful! You can serve it alone or with brown rice which goes extra good with it. FYI did you know they eat black eyed peas in the south for luck?
Moroccan Butternut Squash, Chickpea and Quinoa Tagine
another recipe from The Vegan Cook's Bible, Moroccan chickpea tagine. you don't need a tagine to make it don't worry. I also used black-eyed peas instead of chickpeas. again, perfect cheap college student meal; super cheap, recipe yield is huge, and it freezes well! Buy the book: http://www.amazon.com/The-Vegan-Cooks-Bible-Crocker/dp/0778802175
from Archana's Kitchen - Simple Recipes & Cooking Ideas
Feijoada Recipe (Spicy Goan Black-eyed Peas Stew)
Feijoada is a typical Portuguese stew usually made with beans and meat. It has become a famous Goan home-comfort food and can be easily adapted to be vegetarian. In this recipe we use black-eyed peas, but you could also substitute it with any other beans you have on hand. Legumes are a low-fat, high-protein source that is rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidant compounds and dietary fiber. Excellent source of nutrients for a diabetic-friendly diet, the Feijoada stew can be had with rotis, ric...