Black-Eyed Peas are a type of legume commonly used in dips, spreads, salsas, grain dishes, pastas, and much more!
The flavor profile for black-eyed peas can be described as creamy and earthy.
Black-Eyed Peas contain over 18+ nutrients including 9 vitamins and 9 minerals. Black-Eyed Peas are also low in sodium and trans fat free.
Uses For Black-Eyed Peas
- Dips, Spreads, Salsas.
- Grain Dishes.
- Side Dish.
- Soups, Stews.
- When purchasing black-eyed peas, look for ones with their little black eyes still intact. The eyes will turn a creamy white color as the peas cook and soften.
- As with any other dried legume, it’s important that you soak your black-eyed peas before cooking them.
- Wash black-eyed pease thoroughly before cooking with them.
- Black-eyed peas can be used to make delicious soups and stews, as well as baked goods such as cornbread and muffins.
- They can also be added to salads or eaten with rice or pasta instead of meat as a vegetarian meal option.
- High in fiber.
- Packed with protein.
- Low in sodium.
- Excellent source of 13 micronutrients.
- Good source of 3 micronutrients.