Black-Eyed Peas – One Night, Two Ways.

Black-Eyed Pea Fritters

Black-Eyed Pea Fritters

  • Black-Eyed Pea Fritters (Foreground)
  • Creole Hoppin’ Jean (Background)

Recipes: “Vegan Soul Kitchen.”



Filed under Appetisers, Side Dishes

2 responses to “Black-Eyed Peas – One Night, Two Ways.

  1. The black-eyed pea fritters are one of very few recipe fails I’ve ever had. Did you really use the multiple cups of coconut oil it calls for? Because I don’t think anyone can afford that. I used some coconut oil and some canola oil. But the fritters fell apart in the oil, completely. Also, I regretted using the raw peanuts it called for — raw peanuts are super-gross, and I should have just used roasted ones. I really like this cookbook, but I feel like it is a bit more difficult and complicated than it needs to be. I’ve definitely learned that I have to follow my instinct. Like, you know that broccoli citrus salad? I knew, seeing that, that the broccoli would be too raw for me, and I cooked it longer, which helped.

    • Simone

      These fritters were delicious! I made tgem a few weeks ago and dipped them in hot sauce. I’m about to make them again today and felt compelled to leave this msg after reading the above comment. Don’t be deterred! My family loves this dish and I didn’t alter the recipe. Give it a try!

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