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Black Eye Beans, Black eye Beans (or black eyed peas) are a small, white, kidney-shaped bean with a single black spot giving it its characteristic name. It has a thinner skin than most other beans, meaning that it cooks quickly without any extra soaking. These creamy beans got their name from their characteristic appearance. They swell when they are cooked, symbolising wealth and prosperity, which is why in some cultures they are a popular good luck food for the New Year!

How Black-eyed Peas Became Soul Food’s Lucky Bean

On New Year’s Day, the black-eyed pea, an everyday item on the soul food plates around the country, takes on magical qualities. Millions of people with southern heritage believe that eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day will bring them good luck or prosperity. Armed with the history of this legume and a delicious recipe, making a batch of black-eyed peas is fun and tasty tradition that anyone can adopt to ring in the new year.


Product name
Black Eye Beans
460-480 per gr
From May To August
Moisture 14%
Foreign matter
Defected beans
Drying process
Sun Dried
Polypropylene bag 25 kg/50kg

Black Eyed Beans Recipes

Black-eyed beans are small, creamy-flavoured beans with a black ‘scar’ where they were joined to the pod. They are much used in American and African cooking, and are the essential ingredient in a traditional southern-style dish known as Hoppin’ John (a mixture of black-eyed beans, bacon and white rice, traditionally eaten on New Year’s Day).

Black-Eyed Peas (Cowpeas): Nutrition Facts and Benefits

Black-eyed peas, also known as cowpeas, are a common legume cultivated around the globe.

Despite their name, black-eyed peas are not peas but rather a type of bean.

They’re generally very pale in color and feature a large black, brown, or red spot that resembles an eye.

Black-eyed peas have a strong, savory flavor and are often considered a staple in both Indian and traditional Southern cuisine.

This article reviews the nutrition facts, benefits, and uses of black-eyed peas.


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