Louvi, as we call it in Cyprus, are the black eyed beans. Although the word “louvi” is ancient Greek from lovion, plural lovia (λόβιον, πλ. λόβια), in Greece this word is not used any more. Instead, they are called fassolia mavrommatika, which means black-eyed peas.
Koupepia me lahana, are the Cypriot version of dolmades, made with Silverbeet leaves, instead of vine leaves, cooked with tomatoes.