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How To Cook Black-Eyed Peas – Southern Black-Eyed Peas Recipe | Gold Investment Deals

How To Cook Black-Eyed Peas – Southern Black-Eyed Peas Recipe

December 26, 2012 by  
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Traditional black-eyed peas recipe, flavored with salt pork, onions, and jalapenos. Eat them on January 1 for good luck all year! HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Subscribe on YouTube (never miss a video!) www.youtube.com Facebook: facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Check out over 100 video recipes at hilahcooking.com Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy. Around these parts, meaning the Southern states of the United States, black-eyed peas have got to be eaten on New Year’s Day to ensure prosperity and fortune. I’m pretty sure it’s superstition, since by now I should be utterly swimming in gold coins and heating my personal blimp with a fireplace that runs exclusively on 100-dollar-bills. But…here I am instead typing on a 6-year-old laptop with a busted mousepad and wearing a blanket because I can’t afford to run the GD heater. Black eyed peas Ingredients 1 lb frozen blackeyed peas 4 oz (1 lb) salt pork or bacon, diced 1-2 jalapenos, minced 1 small tomato, diced (about 1/2 c) How To Cook Black-Eyed Peas Fry the salt pork or bacon in a pot for about 4 minutes until some of the

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25 Responses to “How To Cook Black-Eyed Peas – Southern Black-Eyed Peas Recipe”
  1. Billy Luther says:

    I feel ya

  2. Billy Luther says:

    Water instead of chicken stock? This “aint” southern!

  3. Billy Luther says:

    a “couple” ounces equal about a quarter of a cup…really???

  4. hilahcooking says:

    :) Thank you!

  5. booterstownie says:

    I make BEP with smoked pork chops or sometimes ham hocks. But my mom always used salt pork when I was little. Awesome, girl! Oh, and by the way, frozen or even canned(I know don’t freak) are still good with doctoring. You go girl!

  6. Jerome Ransom says:

    Ain’t nothin like a purdy well spirited country gal. I’m packing up my beans and moving south!

  7. Jerome Ransom says:

    Ya had me at 0:00. That should be your trade mark. 

  8. MBJB07 says:

    I watched 25 seconds… that’s all I could handle.

  9. hilahcooking says:

    Ha! Thanks! I think I’m naturally funny…although some people might not agree. :)

  10. dudeclape101 says:

    poor fergie

  11. hilahcooking says:

    Phew! Glad to hear that!

  12. hilahcooking says:

    Maybe it’s not too late! Happy New Year to you!

  13. hilahcooking says:

    Me too!

  14. 1kperday says:

    Sound is only on one channel… try the other earpiece. Or read her beautiful lippz. :)

  15. ChaChaDave says:

    Hi. This looks really delicious. I love this stuff!

  16. draywanda says:

    Almost couldnt find any cabbage for our black eyed peas this year, Just made it in under th’ wire. Excellent vid!
    Have a goodun’
    D-Ray

  17. Steve Howard says:

    Go figure – local markets out of Black-eyed peas! :-( Have to wait till next year!

  18. Steve Howard says:

    @shadowNam275 – Norway boring? What about Lefse? Lutefisk is a bit much for me though!

  19. anmoose says:

    Yummers! I like this recipe. And koinkidentally, I have some dried black eyed peas soaking now, that I’ll be cooking up tomorrow. Never thrown in a jalapeno, but I think I have at least one lurking somewhere in the veggie bin, so why not.

    Happy New Year, Hilah!

  20. Grandma CheapCheap says:

    Hi Hilah, This looks so yummy. Happy New Year !! Keep bringing great recipes. I enjoy your videos.
    grandma cheap cheap

  21. ShadowNam275 says:

    Yes, but this year it’s a storm here x_x

  22. hilahcooking says:

    Thanks! Happy New Year!

  23. hilahcooking says:

    Do you at least get fireworks?!

  24. hilahcooking says:

    No, they are kind of creamy in texture, and taste more “earthy” like green beans. They are good! I hope you can find some and try them some day.

  25. MiracleWithPaws says:

    Hmn, I don’t think I’ve ever tasted black-eyed peas. Do they taste like regular green ones? This looked yummy!

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