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Vegetarian Black-Eyed Peas & Rice

Vegetarian Black-Eyed Peas & Rice created by Karen Elizabeth

From The Black Family Reunion cookbook. While growing up, my grandmother, rhoda Weekes, was known among family and friends as the master of black-eyed peas and rice. You may think I'm exaggerating, but I can remember folks coming from throughout the tri-state area if they heard Mother was "cookin' up a pot." I'd watch her throw a bit of this and a dash of that into the kettle. It still warms my spirit to remember her creating her magical dish, while I kept her company in her big, beautiful kitchen. I'm no longer a meat-eater, so the following is my vegetarian version of Rhoda Weekes' black-eyed peas and rice.-Susan L. Taylor, Editor-in-Chief, Essence Magazine

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  • Combine peas and water in large saucepan or Dutch oven. Add bouillon and garlic. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat. Stir in oil, cilantro, parsely, salt If using) and pepper. Cover. Simmer 15 minutes.
  • Stir in onion, scallions, thyme and tomato. Cover. Simmer 15 to 20 minutes or until peas are almost soft.
  • Stir in rice. Cover. Cook until rice and peas are tender. Remove from heat. Let stand, covered, 10 minutes before serving.
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"From The Black Family Reunion cookbook. While growing up, my grandmother, rhoda Weekes, was known among family and friends as the master of black-eyed peas and rice. You may think I'm exaggerating, but I can remember folks coming from throughout the tri-state area if they heard Mother was "cookin' up a pot." I'd watch her throw a bit of this and a dash of that into the kettle. It still warms my spirit to remember her creating her magical dish, while I kept her company in her big, beautiful kitchen. I'm no longer a meat-eater, so the following is my vegetarian version of Rhoda Weekes' black-eyed peas and rice.-Susan L. Taylor, Editor-in-Chief, Essence Magazine"
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  1. Karen Elizabeth
    Vegetarian Black-Eyed Peas & Rice Created by Karen Elizabeth
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  2. Karen Elizabeth
    Wow, this was so good! I've had peas and rice before, but generally the bacon version, well, this definitely does not need bacon to be excellent! DH and I enjoyed this for supper (and then I had leftovers for office lunch, yum!!), I made it exactly as per recipe EXCEPT I had no black-eyed peas and had to use borlotti beans, sorry about that, basically it gave me a softer bean. But I WILL get the real McCoy for the next time! I do generally have in the pantry, didn't realise that I was out. This is such an easy meal to prepare for something so substantial and with so much flavour , I served this with recipe#311599 for an excellent vegetarian supper! Thank you mightyro, very much enjoyed!!
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  3. mightyro_cooking4u
    From The Black Family Reunion cookbook. While growing up, my grandmother, rhoda Weekes, was known among family and friends as the master of black-eyed peas and rice. You may think I'm exaggerating, but I can remember folks coming from throughout the tri-state area if they heard Mother was "cookin' up a pot." I'd watch her throw a bit of this and a dash of that into the kettle. It still warms my spirit to remember her creating her magical dish, while I kept her company in her big, beautiful kitchen. I'm no longer a meat-eater, so the following is my vegetarian version of Rhoda Weekes' black-eyed peas and rice.-Susan L. Taylor, Editor-in-Chief, Essence Magazine
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