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Black Eyed Pea Recipes

Looking for black-eyed pea recipes? Find delicious black-eyed pea recipes including black-eyed pea jambalaya, black-eyed pea salad, black-eyed pea chowder and more black-eyed pea recipes.

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Southern Pork & Rice

Southern Pork & Rice

Southern Pork & Rice

At our house, we're big on healthy eating. These ultra tender chops with colorful rice and black-eyed peas are a meal fancy enough for a dinner party. —Annie Holmes, Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Southern Black-Eyed Peas

Southern Black-Eyed Peas

Southern Black-Eyed Peas

I find pork the secret to a good black-eyed pea recipe. A double dose of ham for flavor and slow and gentle cooking creates this perfect side dish. —Emory Doty, Jasper, Georgia
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Bean Soup Mix

Bean Soup Mix

Bean Soup Mix

An attractive bag of this savory mix makes a tasteful gift for a teacher or co-worker— remember to attach the soup recipe with a decorative ribbon or cord.

Carolina Shrimp Soup

Carolina Shrimp Soup

Carolina Shrimp Soup

Fresh shrimp from the Carolina coast is one of our favorite foods. We add kale, garlic, red peppers and black-eyed peas to complete this wholesome, filling soup. —Mary Marlowe Leverette, Columbia, South Carolina

Black-Eyed Pea Spinach Salad

Black-Eyed Pea Spinach Salad

Black-Eyed Pea Spinach Salad

Black-eyed peas and pecans bring classic spinach salad to the South. Brightly colored and filling, it’s always a hit.

Cajun Black-Eyed Peas

Cajun Black-Eyed Peas

Cajun Black-Eyed Peas

Try this recipe out for loads of luck on New Years Day. Add a splash of hot pepper sauce for a little bit more kick. —Margaret Allen, Abingdon, Virginia

Country Bean Soup

Country Bean Soup

Country Bean Soup

I like to give this mix as a gift, layering the beans in a clear pint jar and attaching the soup directions with a festive ribbon. You'll find it's perfect to serve year-round.

Pork and Spinach Salad

Pork and Spinach Salad

Pork and Spinach Salad

My family enjoys picnics anytime of year—especially in the spring. To get in the mood for warmer weather, I serve this hearty main-dish salad. You just can't beat a salad that tastes great and is good for you, too. —Marian Pratt Sequim, Washington

Sesame Seed Veggie Salad

Sesame Seed Veggie Salad

Sesame Seed Veggie Salad

This colorful combo from Bob Lesburg of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina will perk up any picnic, potluck or holiday gathering.

Southern Peas and Rice

Southern Peas and Rice

Southern Peas and Rice

"Nothing beats good old-fashioned comfort food," confirms Amber Zurbrugg of Alliance, Ohio. "This is wonderful on a cold day." Hot sauce adds a little zip to the black-eyed peas in her quick skillet side dish.
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