Black-Eyed Pea Caviar

Black-Eyed Pea Caviar

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"This appetizer is excellent for a holiday party, such as New Year's Eve. Prepare this recipe a day ahead, and let the flavors mellow."

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  1. COMBINE all ingredients in a medium-size bowl; stir well. Cover and chill for several hours. Serve at room temperature with pita chips.
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WEDDINGBELLS00
1/25/2004

Where I am from we call this Texas Caviar and Yankees don't like it as much as Southerners do! I sometimes slice a baguette and bake at 350 for 6-8 minutes to "scoop up" the caviar. I usually make it 3 days ahead. This is a fabulous dish that can really be served at any kind of party.

AMATULLAH
1/25/2004

Yummmy!!! Makes a great bean salad, i added lemon, mustard powder, sumac and it was WONDERFUL!!!!Thanks

CHIP007
1/25/2004

Abolutely wonderful. Tasty, attractive in its own way..My guests loved it over the Holidays. And the flavors only get better with time. Some chopping so parents may want to help younger kids make it.