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Perfect healthy recipe , but I didn't add parsley or dill as I felt it will be too many flavors , also I ignored the tomato paste , I only used fresh tomato .It turned yummy with white rice and steak .

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marwa.mekky March 17, 2015

I made this dish for my daughters book club group and my only change that I would make to this recipe is I would not add as much dill to it. Other than that this dish is GREAT

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momlady301 February 02, 2008

I adapted this recipe to use in the crockpot. I cooked the peas on high until almost done, drained, and then added the rest of the ingredients and let it cook on low several hours. I used dried herbs (1/3 of the listed amounts) as well. This was very tasty & a recipe I would use again. I served with Onion and Chive Pitas and cantaloupe slices. I froze the rest of the stew and am hoping it tastes as good reheated. Thank you for sharing your recipe Katia! Reviewed for ZWT 3.

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Susie D June 13, 2007

Absolutely wonderful. So comforting, and tasty with the fresh tomato, dill, parsley, and garlic from the garden. I added zucchini, (have a ton) so threw that in along with the black-eyed peas mixture. Terrific! Other then that, followed this to a tee. Easy too. Thanks, katia!

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm June 07, 2007
Louvia (Black - Eyed Peas Stew)