Enhances Your Menu
These legumes are perfect for enhancing buffet and restaurant menus. After rinsing and boiling them, simply toss them on top of leafy lettuce with a drizzle of dressing for a refreshing salad, bake them for a creamy side dish, or stir them into a sauce and layer it on a portion of noodles for a meatless alternative to traditional pasta.
A Nutritious Option
Rich in potassium, fiber, zinc, and vitamin A, these black eye peas are a great, low-calorie, low-fat option for health-conscious consumers. They’re cholesterol free and boxed with no additives or preservatives, ensuring a fresh flavor and homegrown taste. Use these beans to expand your menu selection and create healthier dish options!
Advantages Over Canned Beans
Although dried beans and peas may take longer to cook and require a soaking process, they have many advantages. While canned peas may seem either too firm or too mushy, your staff can control the firmness of the beans as they cook them. Plus, they’re cost-effective and easy to store.
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