Serve This Spicy Vegan Tomato Brown Rice and Black-Eyed Peas With Everything

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For a simple, yet equally satisfying, side dish or main—this brown rice recipe with fire-roasted tomatoes and black-eyed peas will surely hit the spot. It’s the perfect vegan dinner recipe!

You should try this one because the flavors are amazing, and I love that it’s a bit spicy but of course that’s optional! This recipe is also so healthy and good for you! Yay beans and rice! Of course to make this healthier, cook your own beans, use brown rice as I did, and fresh tomatoes instead of canned tomatoes!

I came up with this recipe on the fly one weeknight, and I really loved it, so I made it again! Here it is, in all it’s glory! Feel free to sub the rice, beans, etc! You could also add veggies to make this more nutrient-packed! I love serving this with the massaged kale, it’s so fresh and it makes it even healthier!

In addition to the rice, tomatoes, and black-eyed peas, ingredients include onions, garlic cloves, vegetable broth, and tomato paste. This recipe also calls for a variety of seasonings, including cumin, onion powder, oregano, smoked paprika, pepper, and cayenne pepper.

This recipe is spicy and super easy to make! Bon appétit! I hope you enjoy this simple, delicious recipe!

Additional Recipes

Desiring more delicious recipes that pack a spicy punch? Try making this spicy vegan ramen tantan noodles in a creamy sauce. According to the recipe’s author: “Tantan ramen is a Chinese-Japanese fusion noodle dish that incorporates a creamy sesame flavor with the heat of chilies—a match made in heaven!” The recipe features baby pak Choi, tahini, rice vinegar, soy sauce, Udon straight to wok noodles, garlic, ginger, and carrotsjust to name a few.

Or, you can try making these vegan sweet and spicy burgers made with chickpeas and rice. These delectable meat-free burgers are a  simple, protein-packed dinner that you can easily make ahead and freeze for later. The recipe is easy to make and requires minimal ingredients. According to the recipe’s author, the burgers are “so good and very filling, thanks to the protein-packed chickpeas and rice.”

This recipe was republished with permission from Everyday Vegan Food.

This post was last modified on June 5, 2020 8:58 pm

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