I decided to try this recipe for a twist on the traditional greens and black-eyed peas for New Year's. What a surprise! The flavors are wonderful together and will definitely become a family tradition each year. My husband even said that this was a dish worthy of adding a 5- star review on CL! We made it exactly as listed with the one exception of cutting the carraway seeds down to 1 tsp since they aren't a favorite flavor for us.
Warm Salad of Mustard Greens and Black-Eyed Peas
LFSCHWARZ Posted: 01/01/09
Birdie786 Posted: 08/19/09
I wasn't sure how these flavors would all come together. It turned out soooooo declicious! Will definitely make this one again.
Cansas Posted: 01/01/12
Very yummy dish. I used collard greens and reduced the caraway to 1 tsp. - which was plenty. I used bacon drippings in place of the olive oil. Great with baked Mac & cheese!
rstarrlemaitre Posted: 10/28/13
I'm surprised at all the rave reviews - this salad was different and interesting, but the balsamic vinegar was too strong, even competing with the aggressive, pungent taste of mustard greens. Loved the caraway, but would leave out the jalapeno.