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Slow-Cooker Black-Eyed Peas

Slow-Cooker Black-Eyed Peas recipe
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Ham and bacon lend their smoky goodness to black-eyed peas in this simple and delicious slow-cooker dish.
15 min
7 hr 5 min
12 servings
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my family just look at me kind of funny when i told them we were having this for dinner they never had black eyes peas or mustard greens before i did as a kid it can be hard to find good recipe for these foods by them self so i went out an got everything i need it start cookiny the veggie put it all and the slow cooker in a couple hours the hole house starting smelling awesome are mouths were watering we could,nt wait finailly it was time to eat omgoodnss this is now one of are fav. meal we love it thanks
Loved this recipe! I eliminated the rice and served it in a bowl like stew. YUMMY! Also thought I bought mustard greens at the store, but when I got home discovered they were turnip greens & used them anyway. Absolutely wonderful!
I left out the greens because I'm not a fan. These were SO delicious!
I made this recipe for dinner tonight. Oh my gosh, it is so wonderful! Talk about real Southern comfort food!! I made jasmine rice and jalapeno cheese cornbread to go with it. I made a couple of changes to the recipe, though. I have never had much luck with the "quick" method of preparing dried beans, so I soaked the black-eyed peas overnight. I used 4 Tbsp of real bacon bits instead of cooking sliced bacon, and I just cooked the vegetables and bacon bits in a little bit of margarine. I used a quart box of chicken broth--easier than two cans--and cut down the water to compensate. Instead of the ham, I pulled the meat off some baby back ribs I had leftover from a dinner out the other night--ooh, that made them good! I'm sure the ham is just as yummy though. And I couldn't find mustard greens, so I used a 16 oz bag of collard greens instead. That was quite a bit, so I steamed them in the microwave to cook them down a bit before I stirred them into the stew. My husband pronounced it "deli
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