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Southern Caviar

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allergen friendly

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allergy friendly

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food allergies

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Food allergy

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Gluten Free

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Healthy

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healthy option

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vegetarian

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vegetarian/vegan

 
Description

Shoe Peg Corn and Black Eyed Peas are Southern staples that combine nicely in this vegetable dip. It can be used as a dressing, in omelettes, on mixed greens. This recipe can be easily modified to accommodate all types of food allergies without losing the flavors and textures. One of my favorites vegetable dishes, a healthy diet option and Kosher, vegan or organic ingredients can always be used.

  • Ingredients

    2 cans black-eyed peas without pork, drained and rinsed

    1 small can white shoe peg corn, drained

    1 large firm tomato, chopped

    4 green onions, chopped

    1 small onion, chopped

    1 green pepper, chopped

    1 cup chopped parsley

    1 tablespoon cilantro

    2 cloves of garlic, minced

    1 packet of Good Seasons Organic Italian Dressing

  • Methods / Steps
    Combine the peas, corn, tomatoes green onions, onion, green pepper, parsley, cilantro and garlic in a large bowl. Add the salad dressing packet and toss lightly. Marinate in the refrigerator for 8-10 hours. Serve with corn or your favorite dipping chip. Be sure to chop the ingredients exremely fine for the right texture.

    Substitute organic ingredients where desired. Frozen corn and black-eyed peas can be used.