Sweet Potato, Black Bean and Peanut Butter Stew

Waitrose

This recipe caught my eye as I love all the ingredients and it’s fairly cheap to make. This has a West African feel to it due to the peanut butter and is hearty and full of goodness. You can either spice this up with scotch bonnet peppers or have it mild. Black beans are so full of goodness and are great for lowering blood pressure and aiding digestion. I get so excited when food tastes delicious and it is really good for the body – and I love proving this to people who think plant-based food is dull and tasteless! This can be served with seasoned brown rice or bulgur wheat and I think a serving of wilted spinach would really top it off.

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Black Eye Pea Salad

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My absolute new favourite (don’t tell the others!) With the cost of living sky-rocketing and time to cook and plan evaporating – I needed something that requires little preparation and could last in the fridge for a few days and of course was nourishing and healthy. God really has given us all we need to live a healthy life and these little beans are full of goodness and benefits; they are great for your heart, and your blood pressure, they are full of protein, can help combat anemia, and keeps your bones strong! I use my pressure cooker for the dried beans for about 10 minutes but you could also soak them overnight and cook in a saucepan with water or use tinned, whichever is easiest for you.

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