Oh.. these Black eyed peas!!!
They’re cheap, they’re adaptable to any recipe, they’re easy to make and store and they’re considered as power food. Yes, these lentils and legumes are pure gold to our health. When I don’t have right veggie lying in my pantry that goes very well with chapati, then I surely turn to legumes and lentils. At that time these black eyed peas TOP the list and accompany my lovingly cooked flat bread that is chapati. These affordable little nuggets of nutrition make for a pretty awesome gravy which is leading my current favorite chapati side dish list.
Onions, ginger – garlic and tomatoes are sauteed’ to perfection with all the classic flavors of basic spices which is then combined with already cooked, soft black eyed peas => Black eyed peas masala. It sounds pretty simple and pleasant like, and that’s because it is.
A bowlful of black eyed peas masala along with fresh, warm chapati is extremely good breakfast as per me. The legumes themselves are so beautiful to click with the contrast color built in them, so when they are cooked with juicy, pulpy tomato they get classy texture too. This visual delight with appealing, vivid colored and textured black eyed peas masala would be loved by every one for sure.