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Blackeyed peas for good luck

wobinwobin Posts: 211
edited 10:28AM in EggHead Forum
Anyone have a old family recipe. Mine is just add bacon and seasoning. My mon had a good one but she's now strumin the harp for a little over a year. God I miss that gal.[p]Cheers and HNY, Glenn[p]

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  • RichardRichard Posts: 698
    wobin,
    Here is one a friend of mine did in the 80's when we did New Year's Day for many!
    Peas, Black Eyed, Tennessee Jeanne's New Years Day
    [p]2 Lbs. Black Eyed Peas, Dried
    2-4 Lbs. Ham Hocks, Smoked
    2-3 Medium Onions, Sliced
    Lawry Seasoning
    Salt/Black Pepper to taste




    Soak dried peas for 12 hours/overnight. Drain. Place in heavy pot with all other ingredients. Cover with water + 2 inches, bring to heavy boil, cover, reduce to simmer, cook 4-6 hours. Stir occasionally to prevent sticking.


    Recipe Type
    Side Dish

    Recipe Source
    Source: Tennessee Jeanne Evans, 01/01/89


    [p]

  • wobin,
    I have always just cooked them with fat back. But putting some jalapeno's in them are really good. Don't forget them there collard greens. [p]Chef Jerry

  • Jwirlwind,
    Got my collards, got my peas, a pork tenderloin for the egg-n-me and makins for a pone on cornbread, OH Yea, it's gonna be a good day tomorrow.

  • Rusty Rooster,[p]Don't forget the Hog Jowl
  • gmangman Posts: 106
    I used that for the first time this year and it was superior to the ham hocks that I had been using. My basic recipe is:[p]soak 1 lb beans overnight,
    add a little oil to a pot over medium-high heat,
    render the fat from the jowl,
    add one medium onion & one green bell pepper,
    cook until onion is translucent,
    add garlic and cook for 2 min,
    add a few tablespoons of red wine vinegar and scrape anything that stuck to the bottom,
    add the soaked beans & cover with 1 qt of chicken stock + 2 bay leaves,
    let it gently simmer for a couple of hours until beans are tender but not mushy.[p]If you like it spicy, just add some minced jalapeno and maybe some adobe sauce.

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