Vegetable Kespe and Kuwaiti Black-Eyed Peas {Kazahkstan and Kuwait}

Here’s a 2 for 1 post.  These recipes were made a week or so ago, and never made it to a post yet.  I know, these dishes deserve a bit more love than I’m about to give them.  Not having the battery for the good camera charged is my excuse for having only one, single photo of the Kuwaiti Black-Eyed Peas.  My excuse for the Kespe is non-existent.

The Kuwaiti Black-Eyed Peas are simmered in a tomato-vegetable broth and served over rice.  Typically, there’s not left-over Jamaican festival served with it though…

As for the Kazakh meal, I prepared the Vegetable Kespe over egg noodles, with a Kazakh coleslaw.  Served with a dill and parsley yogurt.  It was good, yes, but honestly, the yogurt was my favorite part.  In both of these cases, I should have looked harder for a more interesting recipe, but still feel that these are dishes traditionally eaten in these countries.

If you’re new to the blog, don’t judge me by this post, or these cuisine of these countries by this post.  Hang out, look around.  Check out some other posts.

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