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Blackeye Peas & Mango Salsa

Blackeye Peas & Mango Salsa

A new take on mango salsa featuring savory blackeye peas

Glory Foods Blackeye Peas make it convenient to enjoy a traditional Southern favorite. Glory's Blackeye Peas are slow simmered in onions, garlic, and a savory ham broth.

One of America’s leading producers of farm fresh canned vegetables and fruit, McCall Farms has been cultivating food for more than 177 years. The family-owned and operated company produces a wide variety of Southern-style products under brand names like Margaret Holmes, Glory Foods, Peanut Patch Boiled Peanuts, and Bruce’s Yams, as well as private-label and foodservice products (all of which are sold nationwide). Based in Effingham, South Carolina, McCall Farms products are grown on 2,000 acres of family farmland with an additional 18,000 acres contracted throughout South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. For more information, visit www.margaretholmes.com or call (843) 662-2223.

Ingredients

  • 2 15.5-ounce cans of blackeye peas, such as Glory Foods Blackeye Peas, drained and rinsed
  • 3 tomatoes, diced to 1/4"
  • 2 mangoes, diced to 1/4"
  • 3 green onions, sliced to 1/4"
  • 1/2 Cup vegetable oil
  • 1/4 Cup white vinegar
  • 1 Tablespoon lime juice
  • 2 Teaspoons ground cumin
  • 1 Teaspoon garlic powder
  • salt and pepper, to taste

Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad

Deliciously fresh and seductively smoky, the flavor and varied textures in this phenomenal Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad recipe will wow your taste buds! Quick and easy to make, serve it as a side or enjoy it as a salsa with chips!

The South has a tradition that goes back to the mid-19th century that says black-eyed peas bring good luck. Specifically, they bring good luck if they’re eaten on New Year’s Day. Now I realize I’m a few months late in the good luck game, but if the luck-bringing powers of the black-eyed pea work on a prorated basis, there should still be a little left to go around. In any case you have everything to win by making this delicious Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad!

Black-eyed peas have always been a favorite of mine. They have a flavor unlike any other legume that’s simply fantastic.

Today we’re featuring the black eyed in a delicious Southern-style salad that takes just minutes to prepare. The beans and chopped veggies are allowed to marinate in a wonderfully smoky-spicy vinaigrette and enjoyed cold. It’s a perfect make-ahead dish and is easy to transport to your next barbecue, picnic or potluck.

It also makes great leftovers and is a healthy and satisfying option to take to work for lunch.

Serve this delicious salad as a side dish or enjoy it as a show-stopping salsa with corn chips!


Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad

Deliciously fresh and seductively smoky, the flavor and varied textures in this phenomenal Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad recipe will wow your taste buds! Quick and easy to make, serve it as a side or enjoy it as a salsa with chips!

The South has a tradition that goes back to the mid-19th century that says black-eyed peas bring good luck. Specifically, they bring good luck if they’re eaten on New Year’s Day. Now I realize I’m a few months late in the good luck game, but if the luck-bringing powers of the black-eyed pea work on a prorated basis, there should still be a little left to go around. In any case you have everything to win by making this delicious Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad!

Black-eyed peas have always been a favorite of mine. They have a flavor unlike any other legume that’s simply fantastic.

Today we’re featuring the black eyed in a delicious Southern-style salad that takes just minutes to prepare. The beans and chopped veggies are allowed to marinate in a wonderfully smoky-spicy vinaigrette and enjoyed cold. It’s a perfect make-ahead dish and is easy to transport to your next barbecue, picnic or potluck.

It also makes great leftovers and is a healthy and satisfying option to take to work for lunch.

Serve this delicious salad as a side dish or enjoy it as a show-stopping salsa with corn chips!


Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad

Deliciously fresh and seductively smoky, the flavor and varied textures in this phenomenal Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad recipe will wow your taste buds! Quick and easy to make, serve it as a side or enjoy it as a salsa with chips!

The South has a tradition that goes back to the mid-19th century that says black-eyed peas bring good luck. Specifically, they bring good luck if they’re eaten on New Year’s Day. Now I realize I’m a few months late in the good luck game, but if the luck-bringing powers of the black-eyed pea work on a prorated basis, there should still be a little left to go around. In any case you have everything to win by making this delicious Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad!

Black-eyed peas have always been a favorite of mine. They have a flavor unlike any other legume that’s simply fantastic.

Today we’re featuring the black eyed in a delicious Southern-style salad that takes just minutes to prepare. The beans and chopped veggies are allowed to marinate in a wonderfully smoky-spicy vinaigrette and enjoyed cold. It’s a perfect make-ahead dish and is easy to transport to your next barbecue, picnic or potluck.

It also makes great leftovers and is a healthy and satisfying option to take to work for lunch.

Serve this delicious salad as a side dish or enjoy it as a show-stopping salsa with corn chips!


Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad

Deliciously fresh and seductively smoky, the flavor and varied textures in this phenomenal Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad recipe will wow your taste buds! Quick and easy to make, serve it as a side or enjoy it as a salsa with chips!

The South has a tradition that goes back to the mid-19th century that says black-eyed peas bring good luck. Specifically, they bring good luck if they’re eaten on New Year’s Day. Now I realize I’m a few months late in the good luck game, but if the luck-bringing powers of the black-eyed pea work on a prorated basis, there should still be a little left to go around. In any case you have everything to win by making this delicious Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad!

Black-eyed peas have always been a favorite of mine. They have a flavor unlike any other legume that’s simply fantastic.

Today we’re featuring the black eyed in a delicious Southern-style salad that takes just minutes to prepare. The beans and chopped veggies are allowed to marinate in a wonderfully smoky-spicy vinaigrette and enjoyed cold. It’s a perfect make-ahead dish and is easy to transport to your next barbecue, picnic or potluck.

It also makes great leftovers and is a healthy and satisfying option to take to work for lunch.

Serve this delicious salad as a side dish or enjoy it as a show-stopping salsa with corn chips!


Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad

Deliciously fresh and seductively smoky, the flavor and varied textures in this phenomenal Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad recipe will wow your taste buds! Quick and easy to make, serve it as a side or enjoy it as a salsa with chips!

The South has a tradition that goes back to the mid-19th century that says black-eyed peas bring good luck. Specifically, they bring good luck if they’re eaten on New Year’s Day. Now I realize I’m a few months late in the good luck game, but if the luck-bringing powers of the black-eyed pea work on a prorated basis, there should still be a little left to go around. In any case you have everything to win by making this delicious Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad!

Black-eyed peas have always been a favorite of mine. They have a flavor unlike any other legume that’s simply fantastic.

Today we’re featuring the black eyed in a delicious Southern-style salad that takes just minutes to prepare. The beans and chopped veggies are allowed to marinate in a wonderfully smoky-spicy vinaigrette and enjoyed cold. It’s a perfect make-ahead dish and is easy to transport to your next barbecue, picnic or potluck.

It also makes great leftovers and is a healthy and satisfying option to take to work for lunch.

Serve this delicious salad as a side dish or enjoy it as a show-stopping salsa with corn chips!


Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad

Deliciously fresh and seductively smoky, the flavor and varied textures in this phenomenal Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad recipe will wow your taste buds! Quick and easy to make, serve it as a side or enjoy it as a salsa with chips!

The South has a tradition that goes back to the mid-19th century that says black-eyed peas bring good luck. Specifically, they bring good luck if they’re eaten on New Year’s Day. Now I realize I’m a few months late in the good luck game, but if the luck-bringing powers of the black-eyed pea work on a prorated basis, there should still be a little left to go around. In any case you have everything to win by making this delicious Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad!

Black-eyed peas have always been a favorite of mine. They have a flavor unlike any other legume that’s simply fantastic.

Today we’re featuring the black eyed in a delicious Southern-style salad that takes just minutes to prepare. The beans and chopped veggies are allowed to marinate in a wonderfully smoky-spicy vinaigrette and enjoyed cold. It’s a perfect make-ahead dish and is easy to transport to your next barbecue, picnic or potluck.

It also makes great leftovers and is a healthy and satisfying option to take to work for lunch.

Serve this delicious salad as a side dish or enjoy it as a show-stopping salsa with corn chips!


Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad

Deliciously fresh and seductively smoky, the flavor and varied textures in this phenomenal Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad recipe will wow your taste buds! Quick and easy to make, serve it as a side or enjoy it as a salsa with chips!

The South has a tradition that goes back to the mid-19th century that says black-eyed peas bring good luck. Specifically, they bring good luck if they’re eaten on New Year’s Day. Now I realize I’m a few months late in the good luck game, but if the luck-bringing powers of the black-eyed pea work on a prorated basis, there should still be a little left to go around. In any case you have everything to win by making this delicious Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad!

Black-eyed peas have always been a favorite of mine. They have a flavor unlike any other legume that’s simply fantastic.

Today we’re featuring the black eyed in a delicious Southern-style salad that takes just minutes to prepare. The beans and chopped veggies are allowed to marinate in a wonderfully smoky-spicy vinaigrette and enjoyed cold. It’s a perfect make-ahead dish and is easy to transport to your next barbecue, picnic or potluck.

It also makes great leftovers and is a healthy and satisfying option to take to work for lunch.

Serve this delicious salad as a side dish or enjoy it as a show-stopping salsa with corn chips!


Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad

Deliciously fresh and seductively smoky, the flavor and varied textures in this phenomenal Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad recipe will wow your taste buds! Quick and easy to make, serve it as a side or enjoy it as a salsa with chips!

The South has a tradition that goes back to the mid-19th century that says black-eyed peas bring good luck. Specifically, they bring good luck if they’re eaten on New Year’s Day. Now I realize I’m a few months late in the good luck game, but if the luck-bringing powers of the black-eyed pea work on a prorated basis, there should still be a little left to go around. In any case you have everything to win by making this delicious Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad!

Black-eyed peas have always been a favorite of mine. They have a flavor unlike any other legume that’s simply fantastic.

Today we’re featuring the black eyed in a delicious Southern-style salad that takes just minutes to prepare. The beans and chopped veggies are allowed to marinate in a wonderfully smoky-spicy vinaigrette and enjoyed cold. It’s a perfect make-ahead dish and is easy to transport to your next barbecue, picnic or potluck.

It also makes great leftovers and is a healthy and satisfying option to take to work for lunch.

Serve this delicious salad as a side dish or enjoy it as a show-stopping salsa with corn chips!


Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad

Deliciously fresh and seductively smoky, the flavor and varied textures in this phenomenal Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad recipe will wow your taste buds! Quick and easy to make, serve it as a side or enjoy it as a salsa with chips!

The South has a tradition that goes back to the mid-19th century that says black-eyed peas bring good luck. Specifically, they bring good luck if they’re eaten on New Year’s Day. Now I realize I’m a few months late in the good luck game, but if the luck-bringing powers of the black-eyed pea work on a prorated basis, there should still be a little left to go around. In any case you have everything to win by making this delicious Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad!

Black-eyed peas have always been a favorite of mine. They have a flavor unlike any other legume that’s simply fantastic.

Today we’re featuring the black eyed in a delicious Southern-style salad that takes just minutes to prepare. The beans and chopped veggies are allowed to marinate in a wonderfully smoky-spicy vinaigrette and enjoyed cold. It’s a perfect make-ahead dish and is easy to transport to your next barbecue, picnic or potluck.

It also makes great leftovers and is a healthy and satisfying option to take to work for lunch.

Serve this delicious salad as a side dish or enjoy it as a show-stopping salsa with corn chips!


Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad

Deliciously fresh and seductively smoky, the flavor and varied textures in this phenomenal Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad recipe will wow your taste buds! Quick and easy to make, serve it as a side or enjoy it as a salsa with chips!

The South has a tradition that goes back to the mid-19th century that says black-eyed peas bring good luck. Specifically, they bring good luck if they’re eaten on New Year’s Day. Now I realize I’m a few months late in the good luck game, but if the luck-bringing powers of the black-eyed pea work on a prorated basis, there should still be a little left to go around. In any case you have everything to win by making this delicious Southern Black Eyed Pea Salad!

Black-eyed peas have always been a favorite of mine. They have a flavor unlike any other legume that’s simply fantastic.

Today we’re featuring the black eyed in a delicious Southern-style salad that takes just minutes to prepare. The beans and chopped veggies are allowed to marinate in a wonderfully smoky-spicy vinaigrette and enjoyed cold. It’s a perfect make-ahead dish and is easy to transport to your next barbecue, picnic or potluck.

It also makes great leftovers and is a healthy and satisfying option to take to work for lunch.

Serve this delicious salad as a side dish or enjoy it as a show-stopping salsa with corn chips!


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