6 Reviews

I tried this today and it is so good! I have never tasted them this way, especially with the diced tomatoes. I also added a few slices of fresh garlic, awesome! Thanks for sharing.

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jenoy January 05, 2010

These were delicious, and perfect for New Year's. I used bacon, and all ingredients as listed. I wouldn't change a thing.

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PanNan January 02, 2009

We all enjoyed this recipe. I used two cans of black eyed peas, half of a can of Rotel, and no bacon. I usually also add 1/3 of a red bell pepper and use 1/3 of a green. Very tasty!

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BrookeTX-GA February 23, 2008

I was in dire need for some blackeyed peas and I found this wonderful recipe. I happened to have all the ingredients on hand except the salt pork/bacon. But I did have one ham hock and one very thick boneless pork chop. I cut up the chop and sauted it a little and threw it in with the ham hock. Cooked for about 2 1/2 hours. and gorged. and I loved every minute. Thanks for a great recipe.

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CoolMonday September 07, 2005

Tastey and healthy! I used center cut bacon and trimmed extra fat off of that. I loved it and plan to put a jalapeno in next time. I cooked mine in the crockpot overnight and it turned out great.

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Starlita September 30, 2003

Excellent recipe to spice up plain peas. Added one chopped jalapeno for those who like it extra hot. Have also used frozen peas when in a hurry and it was just as good. Everyone who eats them wants the recipe!!

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~~June~~ September 18, 2003
Masters Black-Eyed Peas