Black-eyed peas are popular in the USA, where they have even lent their name to a pop group. They are used in a variety of Southern cuisines and were a staple crop for many.
- Use black-eyed peas in cajun and creole cuisine: all manner of stews and pot-based dishes.
- As with all pulses, they are high in protein, low in fat and contain slow-release energy.
- Small and quicker to cook than many pulses.
How to Cook:
Cook for around 30-40 minutes in boiling water. Cooking time decreases if the beans are soaked for a few hours beforehand.
|Serving Size||100 g|
|of which total sugar||6.9g|
Percentages are based on a diet of 2000 calories a day.