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Fry up the ... and add the black-eyed peas or navy beans, ... cooking it, add another chicken broth. When it is hot enough and tastes good, it's ready.
Wash black eyed peas and soak over ... white rice or dirty rice and sprinkle bacon pieces on top with side of cornbread for dipping. Serves approximately 6.
For spicier soup, ... the tomatoes, broth, peas, and chicken ... taste just right – at least it did for me. My family LOVES this soup and yours will too!
Wash and drain beans and peas. Add water ... chicken, bone, and cut into small pieces. Return to soup. 10 minutes before serving, add 2 tablespoons parsley.
Soak peas overnight. Drain and ... Africans sprinkle the fried beans with additional ... warm. Use as warm snacks or as a bread substitute. Makes 3 dozen.
The skin has ... from the beans (peas). The easy ... Akara balls per round of frying. Akara balls are ready when golden in color (3 to 4 minutes). Serve hot.
Cook bacon, reserve drippings. Crumble bacon and set aside. Saute onion, green pepper and celery in drippings until tender. Stir in remaining ...
Soak the peas in cool water ... the balls are fried--3 or 4 ... accommodate--remove with a slotted spoon and drain on clean, absorbent cloths. Serves 4.
Mix ingredients and put in colander over a pan in refrigerator to chill several hours and drain. (Salt and pepper to taste.)
Sprinkle a total ... 3 minutes. Add peas, 2 tablespoons ... rice with 1/2 cup of peas. Spoon extra sauce over the peas and chicken. Makes 4 to 6 servings.
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