Barley Pea Risotto. Using barley in your risotto can make it not only healthier, but tastier and more satisfying.
Greek Meatballs with Greek Roasted Vegetables
Hearty Winter Vegetable Soup
Classic Vibrant Green Garden Pea Soup.
Chickpeas with leeks and lemon.
Finally the perfect excuse for eating fried goodies - adding sprouted Indian millet and protein rich Black eyed peas. Bliss for the rains!
Chick-late Brownie Cake
Delicately spiced CHICKPEAS WITH SPINACH. The latest from Bollywood Cooking.
the ultimate chicken pot pie...waiting to be topped with puff pastry
Mulligatawny soup with jasmine rice. A dairy-free gluten-free recipe.
Chicken Pot Pie Provencal - well worth the effort involved for a truly made-from-scratch "soul-food" favorite.
Pan seared rib eye and green pea puree make for a delectable winter dinner.
A quick lunch of soba noodles with peas, ponzu and gomasio.
Parmesan and Pea Risotto with Lime-Butter Prawns. I love this dish ... creamy, aromatic and delicious.
Who you calling polentone?
Creamy polenta soup with homemade chickpea croutons.
Homemade hummus with preserved lemon and sun-dried tomatoes. Check out the blog post for recipes for tahini paste & preserved lemons, too!
Vindaloo - Korma : One of the hottest and one of the mildest curries come together in this happy accident.
Baked Chickpeas / Garbanzo beans. [recipe]
Dry Roasted Chickpeas Salad -- Spiced with Indian spices this makes a delightful and light salad.
[recipe] Toasted cumin hummus, plus why you need to dance the merengue.
White rice encrusted with lightly fried Indian cheese (paneer) and peas and flavored with fresh mint and cilantro - is a winner all the way.
Bread, Gruyere and chorizo in bitchincamero's chickpea and chorizo casserole
Black-eyed peas and collard greens. Southern style good luck!
Tuscan Kale With Chickpeas and Chili Pepper
Yummy! Healthy Cilantro Hummus.
Seared sea scallops on a bed of spicy chick pea puree. The perfect appetizer!
Flavors that are not just for the holidays! Turkey Sweet-Potato Shepherd's Pie
Simple Black-eyed Pea Salad for good luck in 2010.
Hoppin' John - Updated. Blackeyed peas and rice are traditionally eaten on New Years Day for good luck.
From The French Laundry's Tasting of Vegetables menu, Vol au Vent de Legumes D’Automne (Romaine Lettuce, Sugar Snap Peas, Fennel Bulb, Radishes and Port Wine Reduction)
Ringing in the new year calls for blackeyed peas, greens and pork. Oh, and that means that we must include cornbread.
This Black Eyed Pea Salsa is a tasty way to work in your lucky Black Eyed Peas for New Year's Day!
Hoppin' John - to ensure a prosperous New Year!