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Black Eyed Peas With Rice

This is a nice southern dish that you can use as a side dish or as main course. Smoked sausage or bacon can be used in place of the hamhocks if you so desire. Serve the beans and meat over rice. This is known as Southern Caviar and is eaten on New Year's Day. The black-eyed peas represent luck and the cabbage represents money. You can use fresh, frozen, or canned black-eyed peas in place of the dried beans, which shortens the cooking time for a quicker version of this recipe. - Similiar recipes

Black-Eyed Pea Lucky Dip

Three ingredients and 20 minutes is all it takes to have a year of good-tasting good luck! I serve this every New Year's Day to a grateful family who otherwise turn up their noses at black-eyed peas. The rule is: You have to eat at least 3 peas for a year of good luck. - Similiar recipes
Black-Eyed Peas

Black-Eyed Peas

I've had this recipe for many years, sometimes I use it, sometimes I use my recipe for "Southern Black-eyed Peas", both are great. - Similiar recipes

Black-Eyed Peas and Hot Sausage Stew

This recipe came together after reading several other Black-eyed Pea resipes on RecipeZaar. I love black-eyed peas and they are cheap and a great way to extend the more expensive premium sausage we enjoy. I served this with white rice but cornbread or a cornmeal dumpling would be a great accompaniment . The sausage used if very much like kielbasaADDED AUG 16 2008 I browned the sausage without any fat, renedering the little fat in the sausage out and browned the onions with it, add a little vegetable oil of your choice is your sausage is very lean and you don't get enough fat out of it to brown the onions etc. - Similiar recipes

Black-Eyed Peas and Yellow Squash Skillet

This recipe was modified from a cold black-eyed pea salad. I don't like cold black-eyed peas but I love the taste of this served warm. It is a little hot because of the jalapeno but those can easily be left out. On the other hand, if you want more heat, add more peppers. - Similiar recipes
Black-eyed Peas with Garlic and Kale

Black-eyed Peas with Garlic and Kale

This is the recipe I always make for New Year's Day. So many black-eyed pea recipes include ham, which you could add to this one, but we don't miss the meat because of the robust flavors of the kale, garlic and vinegar. This is one of the recipes you don't have to worry about measuring too much. Sometimes, I'll use more kale and fewer beans, if I'm serving this along with a meat main dish. In fact, I'll leave the black-eyed peas out entirely, if I want a light side dish. - Similiar recipes

Black-Eyed Peas With Sausage

Okay, I've comepletely changed this recipe, so it is no longer from the Southern Living 1986 Annual Recipe book. Please ignore the rating, it comes from the recipe that was originally here. The recipe you will find here now is how I usually fix black-eyed peas, although the amounts are guesstimates, since I rarely measure ingredients unless I am trying a new recipe. This recipe goes well with cornbread, rice or stewed tomatoes. You can leave out the sausage if you like. - Similiar recipes

Black-eyed Peas With Winter Squash & Brown Rice

I had some black-eyed peas in my pantry, but I didn't know what to do with them, so I found a recipe on recipezaar, but I didn't have the right ingredients, so I substituted just about everything and came up with a delectible concoction! - Similiar recipes

Black-Eyed Peas and Sweet Potato Stew

Just a recipe I made up one cold day when I wanted a hearty, homemade stew (comfort food!) It was really good, so I shared it with a few friends. One friend called it: "Keisha's Mom's Black-Eyed Peas and Sweet Potato Stew" - adding my daughter's name. Sounds impressive! (This friend has made it more often than I have!) I like it because of the interesting taste and texture of the whole, fresh's great to have in the fall. - Similiar recipes

Black-Eyed Peas Like Maw Maw's

Good ole Southern Cooking at it's best. I looked forward to these every summer when the fresh black eyed peas were plentiful. Maw Maw would get them by the bushel, we'd sit out back under the big old oaks in the afternoon, enjoy the breeze & shell peas. Once she cooked them up, you knew it was worth all the effort. Add some cornbread & sliced home grown tomatoes and you didn't need anything else. Fresh Frozen Black Eyed Peas come close. They taste much fresher than dried peas, and taste like summer even in the winter. - Similiar recipes

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