Recipe by Brian C. Ivers
"Simple, rich, and mildly spicy dish of black-eyed peas served in flour tortillas."
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finely chopped onion
1 (15.5 ounce) can
black-eyed peas, drained
fresh jalapeno pepper, chopped
fresh lime juice
salt and pepper to taste
4 (12 inch)
This is my first review, and I'm happy to report it's a great one! I added a few ingredients, namely a few additional garlic cloves, a small handful of minced ginger, a can of Rotel tomatoes, and some dried basil and oregano. Also, instead of using canned black-eyed peas, I used dried, and pressure cooked them beforehand (took only 10 minutes). Served with avocado slices. What a great way to start out the New Year!
this was good enough. i cooked frozen black eyed peas in chicken stock with garlic and onion powder. i added lots of salt and some lime juice. made burritos with diced tomato and shredded cheese. hubs added salsa.
This is my husband's favorite vegetarian recipe! We have it once a week. We sometimes add homemade salsa to the mixture in the tortilla for more zing. Great recipe!!
I've made this several times now, and we really enjoy it. I do have to tripe the recipe to feed my large family. I also alternate between grilled corn tortillas and whole wheat ones. I also add more garlic than the recipe calls for (we love garlic) and I add a couple drops of liquid smoke seasoning.This is terrific with sour cream and guacamole. Thanks for the recipe!
This is another favorite in our home.
I use a pound of dried black eyed peas, soak them, cook them, and then adjust the recipe accordingly. We each eat 2-4 of these for dinner, then have leftovers for a couple days. (They are even better the next day!)
I've made them with & without smoke seasoning. I like them with, but it is great either way.
I also choose to use corn tortillas, but again that is just a personal choice. (If you DO use corn tortillas, you need to heat each of them on a very hot skillet before using them.)
Simple, great recipe. I added an extra clove of garlic and omitted the vegetable stock. I think any stock would make this too liquidy. Serve with shredded cheese and sour cream.
This is a great and very tasty recipe, but I'm not sure how they can claim this serves 4. It was barely enough to fill 3 tortillas. I recommend at least doubling the recipe.
This was good with scrambled eggs, salsa and cheese, made a breakfast burrito! YUM!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Black-Eyed Peas and Tortillas
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 118
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