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trish44
Saturday, September 22, 2007, 3:22pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have to get busy with paper work, but wanted to share this with you, as I JUST LOVE IT.  Chop 1/4 or more of each cilantro and parsley and onion with a small tomato and 4 cloves mashed garlic, add olive oil and balsalmic vinegar ( I know, but I don't know what to substitute) and a cup or two of blackeyed peas with sea salt, and it is ready to eat or chill for a few hours.  Keeps for two to three days in the fridge.  Hope you all like it as much as I do.


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nice relish kind of dish!
try lemon juice with a dab of molasses.........and a few drops of red wine.....
that might work as a Balsamic substitute!


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Great suggestion.  Will try that next time.....


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I have to get busy with paper work, but wanted to share this with you, as I JUST LOVE IT.  Chop 1/4 or more of each cilantro and parsley and onion with a small tomato and 4 cloves mashed garlic, add olive oil and balsalmic vinegar ( I know, but I don't know what to substitute) and a cup or two of blackeyed peas with sea salt, and it is ready to eat or chill for a few hours.  Keeps for two to three days in the fridge.  Hope you all like it as much as I do.


Yum! I've made something similar (without the tomatoes, using lemon/lime juice instead); never realized it actually had a name.


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Substitute tomato with cooked beets and replace black eyed peas with cannellini beans and lemon juice for vinegar and this is a great salad that EVERY bloodtype can eat. I tried it  and my family gobbled it up. Served it with baked yams and bar-b-qued turkey medallions!





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IChop 1/4 or more of each cilantro and parsley and onion


1/4 CUP each?  



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Thanks for the idea to swap beets for tomatoes, Girly.  I live in Houston and Texas Caviar is yummy!


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