Simple, rich, and mildly spicy dish of black-eyed peas served in flour tortillas. Heat the olive oil in a medium skillet over medium heat, and cook the onion until tender. Mix in the black-eyed peas, vegetable stock, jalapeno, garlic, and lime juice. Season with salt and pepper to taste, and continue cooking until heated through. Wrap the mixture in the tortillas to serve. All Rights Reserved. Black-Eyed Peas and Tortillas. Rating: 4.
Mexican Black Eyed Peas and Greens
It was first domesticated in West Africa, botanists tell us. A couple of years ago I posted on black-eyed peas in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato , suggesting that they were a trace of African presence in the State. Thanks to comments which have been trickling in for the past couple of years and further reading, it seems clear that the history of black-eyed peas in Spanish America, particularly Mexico, is much more complex than in the Anglo parts of the Caribbean and what is now the United States. In Anglo regions, Africans are the clear candidates. Judith Carney, in The Shadow of Slavery , quotes a number of English commentators from the eighteenth century who expressed surprise at this bean, novel to them, and suggested it came with slavery
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The black-eyed pea or black-eyed bean is a legume grown around the world for its medium-sized, edible bean. It is a subspecies of the cowpea , an Old World plant domesticated in Africa, and is sometimes simply called a cowpea. The common commercial variety is called the California Blackeye ; it is pale-colored with a prominent black spot.
Mexican Black Eyed Peas and Greens- hearty black eyed peas are infused with Mexican-inspired spices and served with healthy greens for good luck and fortune in the new year! Happy almost New Year! The idea is that the black eyed peas are supposed to bring you good luck and the greens will bring good fortune. But I love me some black eyed peas and greens so I willingly participate in the southern tradition. In the past I made my peas and greens pretty basic but last year I decided to switch it up by adding some peppers and spices for a Mexican-inspired version. The result was so delicious I made a note to share the recipe with you this year. All you have to do is saute an onion with peppers, chili powder and cumin then cook the greens and add your peas.