These smoky Cajun-style black-eyed peas will surprise you with how much flavour can come out of such simple ingredients. Beans, onion, red pepper, (lots of) garlic, chard and a good mix of spices is all you need to get a filling dish and a healthy dose of vitamins. A great vegetarian or vegan main dish or side.
This vegan jambalaya recipe is super easy to make with basic pantry staples. Tomato-y rice flavoured with loads of herbs and spices and bulked up with celery, peppers and a selection of mixed beans make a hearty, warming and filling quick weeknight lunch or dinner.
Beans for Dinner (slow cooker, nothing canned)- delicious, healthy, and REAL FOOD- beans may not be a trendy food, but they are SO nutritious. Beans are filled with iron, protein, vitamins and fiber. They are low in cholesterol (in fact they help lower cholesterol!), very low in fat, and very heart -healthy!
This curried vegetarian black-eyed peas recipe is an easy to prepare, lightly-spiced mild coconut curry that’s great for people who want a creamy curry without the hot spice usually found in Indian curries. Black-eyed peas are a quick cooking bean which means that you can have this dish on the table in less than an hour when cooking the beans from dry, or in about 20 minutes when using canned beans.