Black-Eyed Pea Salsa (Cowboy Caviar)

Black-Eyed Pea Salsa (Cowboy Caviar) created by teresas

A cross between Salsa and Cowboy Caviar made using caned fire roasted tomatoes as right now tomatoes are out of season and looked like yuk-o as well as being more than a little pricy. 30 minute stand time not showing in prep or cook time.

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  • Combine all ingredients. Let stand 20-30 minutes before serving.
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"A cross between Salsa and Cowboy Caviar made using caned fire roasted tomatoes as right now tomatoes are out of season and looked like yuk-o as well as being more than a little pricy. 30 minute stand time not showing in prep or cook time."

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  1. LeAnna Quartuccio
    I made this to use with the Tamale Hash recipe. Fantastic favor. The fire-roasted diced tomatoes are key to the flavor in this one!
  2. teresas
    Black-Eyed Pea Salsa (Cowboy Caviar) Created by teresas
  3. teresas
    This was easy to prepare...I was a bit disappointed that I couldn't taste the earthy flavor of the black eye peas...they got lost in all the other flavors...I think next time I won't rinse them...just drain them...overall a yummy dish that I served with Frito scoops...
  4. nemokitty
    Delicious! We had this with tortilla chips while watching some TV and couldn't stop eating it. Unfortunately I didn't have fire roasted so I just used canned tomatoes with diced chilies in it. Made for Newest Star Tag Game 2013.
  5. LifeIsGood
    This is a great and healthy dip. I loved the black-eyed peas and fire-roasted tomato combination. Great flavors. It tastes even better the longer it sits in the refrigerator. I baked up some whole wheat pita chips for a dipper. Yum!
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