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Cook Up Some Luck in the New Year With These 7 Black-Eyed Pea Recipes

Cook Up Some Luck in the New Year With These 7 Black-Eyed Pea Recipes |

Look, if there is a superstition or tradition that promises good luck in the New Year, we’re going to do it. And probably do it twice. Eating black-eyed peas is one of those famous yearly traditions that we actually look forward to. Read on for some delicious black-eyed peas recipes on Pinterest to bring you luck in the new year.

1. Black-Eyed Peas Recipe via The Hungry Hutch

Take a note from Aaron and sprinkle some pickled cucumber relish on your finished dish. Nom. Get the recipe!

2. Southern Black-Eyed Peas via Chili Pepper Madness

Cajun spices kick this dish up a notch or three. Get the recipe!

3. BBQ Black-Eyed Pea Dip via My Forking Life

Green chiles, BBQ sauce and cheddar cheese? Yes, please. Get the recipe!

4. Best Ever Black-Eyed Pea Recipe via The Cookie Rookie

Bacon is (always) a necessity. Get the recipe!

5. Southern Black-Eyed Peas via Healthier Steps

Serve up this vegan version with some tasty (and gluten-free!) cornbread. Get the recipe!

6. Black-Eyed Pea Soup via The Defined Dish

This soup version includes nutrient-rich kale. Get the recipe!

7. Caribbean Black-Eyed Peas Soup via Holy Cow Vegan

This vegan, nut-free, soy-free and gluten-free dish is still packed with loads of flavor. Get the recipe!

Set yourself up for success with these 8 Things You Can Do Over the Holiday Break to Prep Yourself for a New Year.

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Comments (2)

I am making recipe #1 with bacon, chicken stock and spices…. garlic powder, pepper and bay leaves. We Texans usually just cook ours with bacon, or leftover ham, and in water, with no stock. This is a new recipe for me. I really hope the bay leaves are not too overpowering, as we usually only use them in pot roast or stew.

Melody Rose Rowan

Fellow Texan here, Paula! 🙂 How did it turn out? I ended up making a Texas Caviar!

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