The tomatoes are added right before serving; otherwise, their acid would prevent the peas from getting tender. The kale, a favorite super-food to use in soups and winter salads, also goes in at the end in order to keep its vibrant, green color. Like many slow-cooker soups and stews, this recipe is substitute-friendly – swap out the turkey sausage for pork or chicken sausage and use your favorite frozen pea or bean instead of the black-eyed peas.
Slow-Cooker Peas-and-Greens Soup with Turkey Sausage
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