Black-eyed peas hummus is a fun twist on classic hummus. It is a delicious & easy appetizer for dipping crackers, vegetables, bread, chips, and more.
Hummus is a creamy dip, often made with chickpeas that hails from the Middle East. I used blackeyed peas instead of chickpeas for hummus because black-eyed peas are believed to bring good luck and prosperity if eaten on New Year’s day.
Blackeyed peas hummus is great with crackers, by a spoonful, or spread them over a piece of bread with toppings of your choice. Some of my favorites are sliced cucumbers, chopped tomatoes+ basil with a drizzle of balsamic and chopped nuts.
This year is already off to a great start – my friend’s sister got engaged (so happy for her)…talking about my NYE it was pretty low key; it involved humble udon noodle soup and I swapped my sparkly dress with a snuggie and watched the ball drop on TV.
Earl Grey Truffles are decadent and has orange, bergamot notes from Earl Grey tea in every creamy bite. They will make a lovely gift for the holidays, for dinner parties, or simply enjoy it with a cup of tea. The recipe is vegan and dairy-free!
In Nepali language, sadeko roughly means marinated. Please don’t ask me why I am calling marinated chicken a salad..for lack of a better word maybe. While growing up in Nepal, I didn’t eat “fresh, green, leafy salad” like we do in the West, so I just associate “sadeko” or marinating anything with with spices and tempering… Continue reading Chicken Sadeko | Shredded Chicken Salad