Allow me to share on of my autumn comfort food recipe aka star anise and gammon baked beans.
This one-pot black-eyed beans and sweet potato recipe with palm oil (bean and sweet potato pottage) is finger-licking street food at its best.
This one-pot beans and plantains recipe (bean and plantain pottage) is finger-licking West African street food at its best.
This chorizo, black-eyed beans and butternut squash soup has got everything that you need for a hearty soup, creamy butternut squash balanced by a little tartness from the tomatoes, warming spices from the chorizo, cinnamon and smoky paprika and some protein bulk from the black eyed beans.
This is an easy guide on how to cook black-eyed beans (black-eyed peas) in the oven. Baked black-eyed beans store easily in the fridge and can be thrown into stews, soups, salads, burgers and pasta and everything.
Black-eyed beans are meant to bring you luck if you eat them on New Year’s day. So here is serving you up some Hoppin’ John (black-eyed bean stew) and wishing you all a happy New Year. I look forward to hanging out with you in 2014 and beyond.