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from Philadelphia, PA (Binch Akara - Africa) 1 pound black-eyed beans (peas) 2 teaspoons salt 1 small onion, very finely chopped 2 cups oil Pour dry beans in a blender with a cup of water. Chop for one minute. Pour in large bowl add water. Stir until skins float. Strain into colander; allow all skin and eyes to flow out. Blend beans, onion and pepper. Pour in a bowl, add salt, and stir with a wooden spoon for two minutes. Heat oil until moderately hot. Drop mixture into oil with spoon. Fry until golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper. Small balls can be served with toothpicks.

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(posted March 13, 2003)

from Philadelphia, PA

(Binch Akara -
Africa)

1 pound black-eyed
beans (peas)
2 teaspoons
salt
1 small
onion, very finely chopped
2 cups oil

Pour
dry beans in a blender with a cup of water. Chop for one minute. Pour in large bowl add water. Stir until skins float. Strain into colander; allow all skin and eyes to flow out. Blend beans, onion and pepper. Pour in a bowl, add salt, and stir with a wooden spoon for two minutes. Heat oil until moderately hot. Drop mixture into oil with spoon. Fry until golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper. Small balls can be served with toothpicks.



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