Black eyed peas is a delectable dish this is prepared by African Americans on New Year's Day. These tasty peas are said to bring good luck to those who eat them. For as long as I can remember I have always eaten these peas on New Year's day.
I'm superstitious like that, so I have to eat the peas for good luck. How about you?
Black-eyed peas are not only reserved for the traditional News Year's Day feast. You can eat these peas anytime throughout the year. I mostly like to serve them for Sunday Dinner. In case you're wondering, when served up with rice, vegetables, and meat, these peas make for a great meal.
If you're looking for that perfect southern meal, serve your peas with southern deep fried chicken, collard greens, macaroni and cheese and corn bread. Here are the cooking instruction we use to prepare a tasty pot of peas to go along with your meal.
Go ahead and prepare this recipe if you are ready for some good eating. You can serve your peas separately or with cooked rice.
Black-eyed peas are one of my favorite legumes.
Not only do they have a delicious, earthy flavor, but they also offer so many health benefits. They are an excellent source of protein and fiber, as well as vitamins A, C, and K.
Plus, black-eyed peas contain important minerals like iron, folate, and magnesium.
For me, the best part about eating black-eyed peas is that you can use them in so many different recipes—from salads to soups to even casseroles!
Whether you are looking for something light or something hearty, black-eyed peas are sure to satisfy any craving.