Feijoada is a typical Portuguese stew usually made with beans and meat. It has become a famous Goan home-comfort food and can be easily adapted to be vegetarian. In this recipe we use black-eyed peas, but you could also substitute it with any other beans
Black eyed pea or black eyed beans are a variety of cow pea. It is known as karamani or thatta payir in Tamil and lobia or chawalie in Hindi. This is a very nutritious and protein rich South Indian style kuzhambu prepared with karamani& eyed pea.
Sarupkari (Blackeyed peas and Adzuki Beans stew): In Konkani, sarupkari loosely means stirfry with some soup (saaru) in it. The soup is generally made from different varieties of dried beans. Here, we combine black-eyed peas with adzuki beans to make a stew that is high in fiber, proteins and minerals. Potatoes stir-fried with lots of garlic give a very distinct flavor to this thick stew. #Vegan #Vegetarian #NoNuts #Healthy #IndianFood