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Hoppin' John

Hoppin' John recipe
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We love this..having it again this week to bring in the New Year!
posted by
Bonnie61
on 12/28/2010
time
prep:
15 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
8 servings, about 1-1/4 cups each
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posted:
12/19/2003
I love it........
posted:
12/16/2003
This recipe was surprisingly good and easy to fix,although it needed some spicing up.
posted:
10/8/2003
This dish was delicious! My husband is the only member in our house that likes black eyed peas. Now I have something to fix with black eyed peas in it that the kids and I will eat too.
posted:
3/6/2003
This dish was a pick hit! The whole house smelled delicious! I cut back on the onions for our family, and added my own already cooked rice instead of using quick rice. I used Vietnamese hot garlic sauce instead of red pepper. YUMMY!
posted:
3/4/2003
Soooo easy and so spicey. Really good
posted:
2/21/2003
Not only is Hoppin' John an easy recipe, it is absolutely delicious. I have shared it with many. As busy as lives are today - - - easy, quick, AND good are adjectives necessary to describe what we are looking for in planning meals. Thanks for another great recipe from Kraft!!
posted:
2/18/2003
Wonderful! Even the picky eaters liked it - but I would probably add more sausage next time!
posted:
2/18/2003
I added a can of drained corn, also I did not have red peppers on hand but did have a box cajun dirty rice which I added to the recipe. Great!
posted:
2/13/2003
I used venison sausage and made regular rice on the side, then added the cooked rice. I don't like instant rice. Blackeye peas are so easy to cook from dry that I'll try that next time.
posted:
2/11/2003
Hopping John with turkey sausage? Not the traditional New Year's treat we know here in Georgia but it was a tasty variation.
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