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Loved these beans! As we can't purchase canned black-eyed beans/peas here, I bought dried and cooked them in the pressure cooker. I used a bottle of tomato sugo for the tomato sauce (in Australia our tomato sauce is more like ketchup). I left out the green pepper as I forgot to buy a green capsicum....but the beans were fantastic. Great flavour and I could see these beans left-overs heated in the oven in individual ramekins with an egg baked on top. Delicious receipe and one that I would definitely make again. Spicy but not to hot. Photo also to be posted. Reviewed for May Recipe Swap in the Aus/NZ Forum.
What an excellent recipe for baked beans. I loved these, they were very flavorful, perfectly spiced and had great texture. The only change I made to your recipe was to use diced tomatoes instead of tomato sauce, as I was out. It worked really well in this dish. I will make this again and again Nurse Janey, thank you so much for sharing. :)
Very Good! We enjoyed these beans for dinner as a side dish with pork chops. I omitted the garlic and green pepper (DH's preference). The sauce is very tasty. Prepared as a participant in the Aus/NZ Swap #38 and the Cool Beans Event in the Cooking Photo Forum for March 2010.
Loved this recipe. My children liked it as well 3, 4 and 6 and asked for more "beans". For us the spices were perfect and did not find it hot as well.
This was an interesting recipe. It makes me think of an Indian version of american-style baked beans. The spiciness was just right (we like it hot), but DH and I both thought the amount of fresh grated ginger was a bit too much for our taste. I would recommend decreasing it by half for a mild ginger flavor. Thanks for this tasty flavor explosion!
I forgot about this dish until I needed an idea for a pot luck at Christmas time this year (I'm NurseJaney's daughter), so as usual I called home to find out how to make it and voila...it's up on Recipe Zaar. This is simple and tasty and different. I recommend it as a side dish when you're tired of the usual veggies ;-)