Black eyed peas and sweet potato soup

Black eyed peas and sweet potato soup

Actually I thought about the title for a full 10 minutes.! Since this soup also has greens – in fact three different kinds of greens – beet greens, kale and spinach, I wanted to put that in too but hey it was turning out ridiculously long! I didn’t want people to be deterred by the title itself! 🙂 Anyways, what you call it is not important – what is really important is that this turned out to be one incredible soup! Such deliciousness obtained by simply combining the right ingredients.And so many healthful ingredients too!

Most Sunday nights are soup and bread nights for us and just as in any restaurant, the soup of the day (in our case nights) is based on what is left over in the refrigerator. Now I had a lot of greens in the fridge which I definitely wanted to use since that was one way of getting my kids to eat it. And black eyed peas was something I had been meaning to cook for a few weeks now. So I thought why not do a soup with them? As for sweet potato …now that just came about in a funny way…my son loves sweet potatoes and because they are so healthy I always bake him one for a quick side. So I took the sweet potato out thinking of baking it for him and then I just spontaneously decided to throw that in the soup pot as well.  Turned out to be a wise decision – the chunky sweet potato pieces with the beans in a spicy soup was supremely delicious and very very comforting.!  I am also bringing this healthy and wholesome soup to Fiesta Friday where  this ‘simple ,delicious and healthy’ meal will be appreciated by many (I hope!) 🙂

I am linking this recipe to ‘Soups with SS‘, which is hosted by Shruti of ‘Cooking with SJ’  and Sonal of Simply Vegetarian.

Here’s the recipe:

 

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30 Comments

  1. Don’t know how we missed this. Looks great, Indu. We do something similar with left overs a couple nights a week. 🙂 And we do remember a post is due from us. 🙂 We are still recuperating from our holiday :p

  2. Indu, you have so many great recipes I still have to try. I was talking to Justine@eclectic odds n sods about your curries which somehow slipped my mind, but I must make very soon. This soup sounds great, too, and healthy. My daughter would love this, minus the sweet potatoes. Maybe I can use regular potatoes?

    • thanks Angie. How come you forgot about the chicken curry ha..you see only what less than 100 recipe posts a week? 🙂 Ha ha! Btw you did come back to check on us after all, right? I was shocked that you could trust the Fiesta Friday gang to be alone at your home while you were away! LOL! 🙂 🙂

  3. Hi Indu! This is just loaded with superfoods and healthy goodies. I love how creative you are in forming this unique combination of black eyed peas and sweet potato soup. It looks so hearty and wholesome–a perfect dish to bring to Fiesta Friday to counterbalance all the sweets I’ve been eating!

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