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Pick and wash beans under running water. Put beans in 2 quart pot, cover with water, add salt and boil about 15 minutes. Let stand until cool, drain, ...
Soak peas overnight (1 part ... over low to medium heat until soft, usually around 3 hours or longer. Great served over rice with your favorite cornbread.
Serves 4. In ... broth, half the blackeyed peas, hominy and ... if desired. Handle any fresh chile with rubber gloves and don't touch your face or eyes.
Combine all ingredients. Pour salad dressing over, mix, marinate at least 2 hours.
In hot butter ... qt. casserole combine blackeyed peas, whole tomatoes. ... tbsp. brown sugar. Back uncovered 30 minutes or longer. Sprinkle with parsley.
Drain and combine vegetables in a large bowl. Season with salt to taste. Mix all ingredients thoroughly, pour over beans and chill before serving. ...
Cook peas in boiling water ... ingredients and mix. Add peas to mixture and blend well with a spoon. Refrigerate for 24 hours. Serve with tortilla chips.
Combine all ingredients in saucepan. Simmer 40 minutes or until vegetables are tender and soup is thick. Makes 1 serving.
Prepare blackeyed peas ahead by soaking ... mixture, rice and bay leaves to blackeyed peas. Season to taste and allow to simmer for 1/2 hour. Serve when ready.
Soak dried peas overnight. Drain and ... taste. Refrigerate. Will keep several weeks. Serve with large corn chips or wheat thins. Excellent for New Years Eve.
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