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Black-Eyed Pea Soup with a hint of Orange Juice

What a morning, gusty winds, rain, ufff I was out doing some errands, and the wind just kept pushing me to the point that I could not stand up, and yet while I was fighting the wind I noticed that there were people cycling!!  If it was younger age group I would think that’s  normal, but that wasn’t the case it was a much older age group that were on the bikes!!  Wow!!  

I have been feeling a bit run down these past few days, so many things going on at the moment that I am trying to keep up with but I think today I reached my limit as to how much I can do in one day.  So, I decided to take a break from everything else and just post my recipe. 🙂  I went to the pantry and took out the ingredients to make the soup that has a slight twist to it.  I added a touch of Orange juice and just a few drops of Lemon juice let me know if you try out this recipe.  🙂  



Have a good weekend everyone!! 🙂

 

 

Ingredients:

500 grams Black Eyed Peas (boiled)

1 large Onion (diced)

1 large Carrot (chopped into large pieces)

1 can of Tomatoes

1 litre of Vegetable Broth

1 tablespoon of Tomato paste

3 tablespoons of Orange Juice

1 tablespoon of Lemon Juice

Pinch of Red Pepper Flakes (optional)

1/2 cup Olive Oil

Parley

Salt

Preparation:

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Soak black-eyed peas in salted water overnight and drain before cooking. Boil black-eyed peas before starting the cooking process.  In a large cooking pot add in half of the olive oil, onion, carrot and sauté on low heat for about 15 minutes.

 

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Add in the boiled peas, I added a bit of the red pepper flakes for a slight kick. 

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Pour in the vegetable broth.

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Lastly, add in the tomatoes, orange juice, lemon juice  and the rest of the ingredients, cook for 1/2 hour on low to medium heat until black-eyed peas are ready.  

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Kali Orexi!! 🙂

Comments (15)

  • Megala 3 months ago Reply
    Wonderful soup! Sounds like a healthy hearty meal. :)
    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply
    Thank you very much Megala It is a healthy version of a soup :) heheh
  • dtills 3 months ago Reply
    That wind sounds awful!! I hope you feel better soon Sophie💕
    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply
    It was and still is very windy...thanks dee have been feeling a bit run down :)
  • PlantsandBeyond 3 months ago Reply
    Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuooooo, I gotta make this soup. Just did my own veggie broth. Perfect timing, Sophie
    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply
    Heeyyyyy ok great let me know how turns out...love homemade broth :)
    PlantsandBeyond 3 months ago
    Will do!
  • Lisa@LismorePaper 3 months ago Reply
    Ooh that weather! Wonder recipe!!
    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply
    I know it so frustrating battling with the wind. uffff Thank you Lisaaaa so much :)
  • drtanya@saltedcaramel 3 months ago Reply
    That sounds like the healthiest comfort food. I love black eyed peas so will definitely give it a try.
    foodzesty 3 months ago Reply
    Thank you so much so glad you like it 😊
  • […] from Foodzesty blog; I might like black-eyed peas better if I was eating them in a soup like this one that has “a […]
    foodzesty 2 months ago Reply
    Thank you so much and so sorry for my late response. :)
  • Kim of Glover Gardens 2 months ago Reply
    I hate blacked-eyed peas, but your soup looks good! So I linked to it in my post. Happy new year! https://glovergardens.com/2018/12/31/new-years-food-traditions-from-around-the-world-and-a-confession-about-black-eyed-peas/
    foodzesty 2 months ago Reply
    Thank you so very much and so sorry for my late response. :) If you do try it out let me know what your thoughts ...Have a Happy New Year...Sophie

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