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Black Eyed Peas & Corn Salad Calories & Nutrition Values

Black Eyed Peas & Corn Salad Calories & Nutrition Values

Black eyed peas and corn salad is filled with vitamins and antioxidants. Black eyed peas are very high in folate and manganese. Folate is recommended to pregnant women by doctors during and even before getting pregnant. This salad contains very high amounts of vitamin A and vitamin B6 and vitamin C. Three of most useful vitamins all at once. Vitamin A is responsible for cell growth and maintaining a healthy immune system. It is also know as the Vision vitamin due to its key for a good vision. Vitamin C is THE KEY to a healthy immune system. it's also one of the most unstable vitamins, therefor consumption of a fresh lime or fresh herbs are essential to receive enough vitamin C during the day. Black eyed peas and corn salad is ranked as grade A- in nutritional chart. It contains vitamins (as specified above), and high in minerals such as iron and also it contains high amounts of dietary fiber. I has no cholesterol. 3.5 oz (100g) of black eyed peas and corn salad has 87 calories (2 calories from fat.

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Carrot Garnish

Carrot Garnish

YOU WILL NEED Carrot Paring Knife HOW TO GARNISH A CARROT A simple but fun way to garnish a carrot. Cut 4 inch out of thicker part of the carrot. Peel the skin off. Cut half way through one side (square) of the carrot length wise. Cut out back side of that part to make it thinner. Do the same thing with other sides. Re scale an imaginary square and spin the angles and cut sides out of the middle section and repeat the above steps to make them thinner. If the carrot is big enough you can repeat the same steps for another set of petals. Cut around the remaining section to create the pistil of a flower.

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 kabab koobideh recipe
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  KABAB KOOBIDEH

"Luleh Kabob"

  • 3 lbs (1360 g) Ground Beef (85% Lean)
  • 2 Small Onions
  • 1 Tbsp (Approximately) Salt or as preferred
  • 1 Tsp (Approximately) Black Pepper Powder or as preferred
  • 1 Tsp Turmeric
  • 1 Tsp (Approximately) Ground Sumac.
  • 1/4 Tsp Saffron
PREPARATIONS:

1- Soak the saffron for 10 minutes.
2- Grate the onions and drain the excessive juice.

DIRECTIONS:

1- Combine grated onions with ground beef in a large bowl.
2- Add salt, black pepper powder, turmeric and ground sumac to the bowl (Knead the mixture thoroughly after adding each ingredient).
3- Add 2 to 3 tsp of the soaked saffron to the bowl.
4- Knead for 7 minutes.
5- Cover the bowl with a lid or plastic wrap.
6- Keep the beef mixture in refrigerator to marinate for 8 to 12 hours.
Note: For the best result use koobideh skewers to grill the kabobs (koobideh skewers are long and flat and wider than normal skewers).
7- Place a fistful of beef mixture on a skewer and flatten as show in the video.
8- Grill the kabobs on the grill.
9- turn the kabobs often to avoid burning.
10- Grill few tomatoes and peppers to serve on the side.
11- Kabobs can be served with rice.

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Serve Basmati Rice with Kabab Koobideh
 Basmati Rice