Black-Eyed Pea Recipes
Peas and Kale Salad with Bacon Vinaigrette
Ensure every day is a lucky and prosperous one when you serve this hearty Southern salad.
Hoppin' John Noodle Bowls
Recipe: Hoppin' John Noodle Bowls
Serve straight from the stove, and let guests garnish their own bowls.
Good Luck Greens and Peas with Ham
Beef-and-Black-Eyed Pea Chili
Recipes: Beef-and-Black-Eyed Pea Chili
You'll be pulling the cornbread fresh out of the skillet when you get the aroma of this Beef-and-Black-Eyed Pea Chili. Fill a Dutch oven with chili meat, sweet onion, black-eyed peas, beer, and more, and in under an hour you can be sitting down to a delicious bowl of chili. Serve it as it comes, or top it with jalapeño pepper slices, Cheddar cheese, or pico de gallo. However you enjoy it, you can't go wrong. So grab a spoon and enjoy this chili today.
Lucky Black-Eyed Pea Salad
Recipe: Lucky Black-Eyed Pea Salad
Peppery watercress fills in for traditional greens, and fresh peaches, cilantro, and black-eyed peas add fresh flair.
Hoppin' John Stew with White Cheddar Cheese Grits
Nothing is quite as Southern, or as summery, as Hoppin' John. Serve it atop white cheddar cheese grits and you've got a truly satisfying Southern dish.
Hoppin' John Cakes with Tomato-Jalapeño Gravy
We suggest cooking rice one to two days ahead of time so it has time to dry out.
Hoppin' John Salad
Recipe: Hoppin' John Salad
Try this fresh take on Hoppin' John with fresh mint, parsley, and jalapeño peppers. It's the perfect side for any summer dish.
Smoky Black-Eyed Peas with Fried Green Tomatoes
Summer Hoppin' John Salad
Recipe: Summer Hoppin' John Salad
A New Year's tradition, Hoppin' John is usually served hot, but this cool salad is perfect for a summer picnic or lunch, or as a side salad for grilled meats. Feel free to sub your favorite cooked whole grain instead of rice.
Chili-Roasted Black Eyed Peas
Recipe: Chili-Roasted Black Eyed Peas
Roasting black-eyed peas gives them a crispy, dry texture that's perfect for snacking. Chili powder and cumin give the beans a flavor-packed coating that won't disappoint your guests.
Black-Eyed Pea, Collard, and Sweet Potato Stew
Don't be intimidated by the length of the ingredient list for this thrifty Southern stew. The majority of the ingredients are used to make a fantastic stock that starts with a Southern classic: potlikker. Then we use loads of fresh, aromatic vegetables, herbs, and spices to round out the flavor. Serve the stew ladled over hot cooked rice, and sprinkle with the fresh herbs.
Peppery Peas O' Plenty
Recipe: Peppery Peas O' Plenty
This dish truly does have peas o' plenty—black eyed peas, purple hull peas, crowder peas, and butter peas. Pick them up at your farmer's market for a great summer side.