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May 03, 2015


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E' una preparazione semplice ma sembra davvero gustosa, da provare!!

Simona Carini

Te la consiglio vivamente, Paola :)

Frank @Memorie di Angelina

Not quite sure why, but black-eyed peas are one of the very few legumes that I don't much care for. But maybe I should give them another try—these flavorings really do appeal to me!

Simona Carini

If you like Ethiopian food, I'd definitely give this dish a try, Frank.


Do you serve this with anything else in particular or you just eat it alone?

Simona Carini

Hi Paz. Since it is spicy, it goes well with some assertive warm vegetable side dish or you can contrast it with a mildly flavored grain dish. When I served it for dinner, Christine and her husband where there and she had made a mushroom, zucchini and bell pepper side dish that was just perfect. You'll have to ask her for the recipe ;)

Jinesh Mehta

we used to cook with dry spices like chilly powder, cumin powder, salt, aseofetida, dry tamarind, jaggery, peanut oil. we make it gravy like. and used to eat with indian flat bread known as ROTI.

Simona Carini

Thank you for your note, Jinesh. Roti is on my to-try list. If you have a recipe to share, I'd like to see it.

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