Organic Black Eye Beans are great with oil, salt and lemon.
Organic Black Eye Beans are white in colour with a dot of black which gives them their unusual name. This dot or ‘scar’ is formed when they are plucked from their pod.
Black eye beans go really well in bean stews and soups but are used in a wide array of recipes including salads. These popular beans are used worldwide in a range of flavours. Organic Black Eye Beans are high in protein so are a good choice for vegetarian and vegan dishes – serve them with nuts to make a’ complete protein’ combining all the essential amino acids.
One 70g serving of cooked black eye beans is high in Folate and a source of Manganese, Phosphorus and Copper.
In Cyprus they are served in a fresh, light dressing with vegetables, oil, salt and lemon juice. In Brazil black eye beans are the main ingredient in a popular street food called akara. Akara is make by cooking the beans and then blending them into a paste which is then rolled into balls and fried.
Note: Require soaking and cooking or sprouting before consumption.
Allergen Information: Packed on premises that handle gluten, tree nuts, sesame, soya, peanuts.