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Instant Pot Black Eyed Peas Curry Recipe: extremely delicious and creamy black-eyed peas curry recipe made in instant pot in under 30 minutes. Instant Pot Black Eyed Peas Curry is perfect for #mealplan or if you are doing #vegancurry
This Instant Pot Black Eyed Peas Curry is one of our family favorite meal especially all winter long.
It’s not only easy to make but the mix of black-eyed peas with curry, veggies, and coconut milk makes it super Yummm.
In the past, I have made this curry with water/milk/yogurt too (for curry base) but ‘Coconut Milk‘ is the answer if you want it to taste Divine!!!
So, I would suggest making a big batch and keeping some extra portions as your family would definitely ask for a second or third helping 😉
Many of my friends got Instant-Pot this New Year and had been asking me for an Instant-Pot recipe, so here it is.
Before the Instant Pot Black Eyed Peas Curry version, I used to make this in a pressure cooker and I still do at times.
But I’d say that the Instant-pot version is much easier and creamier.
Dry Black-Eyed Peas
If using dry black-eyed peas for the curry, you need to soak them in water for a good 3-4 hours (for beans to plump up).
BUT, incase you don’t have that much time, then you NEED to soak them in Boiling Hot Water for a minimum of 2hrs.
Canned Black-Eyed Peas
The easiest thing to do is get ‘Canned Black-Eyed-Peas’ and use them for the curry.
Simply drain the canned water and wash the beans 2-3 times with fresh water (to remove any preservatives).
Then use these beans to cook like you normally do, just reduce the Cooking Time to half.
As the beans are already cooked and you don’t want a mushy paste 🙂
Another reason for loving this recipe is that ‘You can literally HIDE veggies in it’.
Especially if you have picky eaters at home, this Instant Pot Black Eyed Peas Curry recipe will be your best bet.
The instant-pot method makes it so creamy and by the time everything is cooked, the veggies are almost non-existent.
I’ve added ‘Carrots and Chard’ in my recipe but you can add more green or any other veggies to it.
Just chop them in small pieces before adding, that way they literally vanish in the curry.
When I serve this black-eyed peas curry or instant-pot black-eyed peas chili (as some of you call it), I top it with sliced lemons and some chips.
But you can add thinly chopped cilantro or even some more coconut milk drizzle on top for that extra luxuries taste.
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* If you donot have dry black eyed peas, you may use canned ones.
Simply drain the water from canned black eyed peas.
MOST IMPORTANT: REDUCE the Cook time to 10 minutes (as the beans are already cooked)