Black Eye Beans


Serving Size 50 g - Servings per kg: 20

  Average Quantity
Per Serving
Average Quantity
Per 100 g
Energy510 kJ1020 kJ
Protein12.2 g24.3 g
Fat, total0 g0 g
- saturated0 g0 g
Carbohydrate31.1 g62.2 g
- sugars1.4 g2.7 g
Dietary Fibre13.5 g27.0 g
Sodium21 mg41 mg


Black Eye Beans.


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These small dried Black Eye Beans are white or cream coloured with a distinctive black spot where the fresh pea was joined to the pod.

Also known as black eye peas or goat peas, these beans are eaten all over the world and are popular in Portuguese, South and North American, African and Indian cuisine. They have a soft texture when cooked and a creamy flavour that takes on the tastes of spices and sauces beautifully.

Quick and easy to cook, these versatile black eye beans have no added preservative and are non-GMO. Use them in salads, soups, fritters and spicy dishes.

They’re also easy to sprout for stir fries and salads.

How to Use:

Dried Black Eye Beans will almost double in size when cooked. To prepare the beans soak 1:4 in cold water for 2 hours (if you wish to remove the outer skin for fritter recipes soak beans overnight, then gently rub most of the skins off). Drain and rinse beans well, place in a saucepan with plenty of fresh cold water and bring to the boil.

Do not add salt at this stage of cooking, as this may make beans tough. Reduce heat and simmer for 20-30 minutes (or until soft). Drain and use, or refrigerate for up to 2 days.

Black eye beans are great in salads. Try Portuguese ‘Migas’ with kale, breadcrumbs and pinenuts; or a mixed bean salad with olive oil, garlic and fresh herbs.

Lovely in lunchbox wraps, or smash beans for delicious, smooth dips. These beans are used all over the world in soups, hot pots and spicy vegetarian dishes and are very popular in Africa where they are often cooked with plantain. Or make scrumptious veggie burgers and fritters, like wonderful fried Acarje balls from Brazil.

Sprouting Black Eye Beans:

Black Eye Beans are easy to sprout in a glass jar and are ready to eat in just 2 to 4 days.  Have crunchy, nutritious sprouts for salads, sandwiches and stir fries at a fraction of the price of buying them.

Visit 7 Steps to Growing Sprouts to find out how.


Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Refrigeration recommended in warm climates. See Best Before date.


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