This recipe is proof that soup is a perfect food to slow cook. The low and slow cooking softens up the ham hock and infuses the black-eyed peas with loads of flavor, without turning them to mush. And after it’s finished its flavoring duties, that ham hock still has more to give your soup. The meat that’s clinging to the hock gets chopped into bits and added back in for a toothsome texture. The ingredients are simple: Dried black eyed peas, salt, and a smoked turkey leg. I buy these in packs of two from Walmart but often Sam’s has them cheaper in packs of three. Place turkey leg and dried peas in your slow cooker. I am using a 6 quart slow cooker here. It is always a good idea to “sort” your beans before adding to the pot.
Personally I think the oval shaped slow cookers can take a bit more water than those that are crock pot shaped. The crock pot shaped ones stand taller. The oval ones tend to absorb liquid more than the tall ones. All of that said it is a delicious recipe. Great for the traditional dish of black eyed peas served on New Years Day.
Crockpot dried black eyed peas recipe. Now, black-eyed peas are said to represent good luck. Some folks even go as far as eating 365 peas to ensure good luck for every day of the new year. My family also puts a few dried black-eyed peas in our wallets – again, just for good measure. There are tons of other traditions and superstitions, too. dried black-eyed peas, ham bone, cajun seasoning, chicken stock Crock Pot Black Eyed Peas and Collard Greens The Spruce Eats cider vinegar, kosher salt, onion, bay leaves, tomato paste, red pepper flakes and 6 more Here’s Russ Parson’s black bean recipe. I’d make them in the crock-pot! Slow-Cooker Black-eyed Peas (or any bean you like) 1 medium onion, diced 1 pound dried black-eyed peas (about 2 cups), sorted and rinsed 3 cloves garlic, smashed 1 teaspoon salt, or to taste Black pepper, to taste 1 small ham hock, ham bone, a chunk of fatback or ham.
Unlike other types of dried beans, black-eyed peas cook relatively quickly and don't require time-consuming soaking beforehand. Simply combine the peas with liquid in your slow cooker, and you'll have a hot dinner ready in under 4 hours. Serve the beans on a bed of rice for a complete, filling meal. A 5-star recipe for Black Eyed Peas made in the crock pot made with dried black-eyed peas, onion, ham, garlic, seasoned salt, black pepper DIRECTIONS. Pre-soak black-eyed peas according to the instructions on the bag. Combine all ingredients and cook on low for 9-10 hours.
Place the leftover ham bone into the slow cooker. Add the rinsed and cleaned black-eyed beans to the crock pot. Next add the diced onion, minced garlic, and diced tomatoes. Add the salt, pepper and bay leaves to the slow cooker.; Add the chicken broth to the crock pot making sure all the ingredients are covered with broth. Add more chicken broth if needed.. Stir red pepper flakes and black pepper. Add ham bone to crock pot. Add bacon and onion mixture. Drain and sort black eyed peas, removing skins and broken pieces. Add black eyed peas to crock pot and top with chicken broth. Stir well and cover with lid. Cook on high 4 hours or on low 6-8 hours. Add kosher salt and stir well. How to Cook Dried Black-Eyed Peas in the Crockpot. And finally, dried black-eyed peas. Most times, this is the most economical method for purchasing beans and peas. They also store a long time and you don’t have to up freezer room. So, if you take the time to soak the dried peas/beans overnight you can save lots of money.
Black-eyed Peas in Crockpot Recipe. 1 (16 ounces) bag dried black eye peas 2 cups cooked ham, cubed 1 leftover ham bone (or ham hock) 1 onion, diced 3 cups chicken broth 3 cups of water ½ teaspoon ground black pepper ½ teaspoon garlic powder ½ to 1 teaspoon salt. Directions for making Crockpot black eyed peas: Inspect peas and remove any. Greek-Style Vegan Black-Eyed Peas Recipe. While there are many ways to prepare black-eyed peas, this black-eyed peas recipe is prepared one of my favorite ways: Greek-style. This black eyed peas recipe is somewhat considered a part of the Lathera food category, which literally means “one with dried black-eyed peas, pepperoni slices, salt, ground red pepper and 7 more Crock Pot Black Eyed Peas with Ham Hock Savory With Soul salt, water, ground black pepper, onion powder, garlic powder and 4 more
Our recipe uses dried peas, bacon, ham hock, seasonings, and a crockpot to slow cook the ingredients and bring out all their wonderful, earthy flavors. For cold winter days when you have family and friends visiting, simply place all of the ingredients in the pot in the morning and come back home to a wonderful hearty dinner. CROCK POT BLACK EYED PEAS AND HAM HOCKS. This recipe is perfect for leftovers. If you’ve had a ham for a holiday meal like Thanksgiving or Christmas, save the ham bone to use for this recipe! You can also buy a ham hock to use. Sometimes we make black-eyed peas as a side dish but they can be served as a main dish too! So it’s a great recipe. Peas and beans, for whatever reason, sometimes stay tough in the slow cooker. Many feel that salt and acidic ingredients slow the softening. To ensure tender black-eyed peas, add the salt or a seasoned salt blend after they are tender and then continue cooking for 15 to 20 minutes.
This is a must make recipe for New Years. This Crockpot Black Eyed Peas recipe is full of flavor and one of the best I have ever tasted! They are also a perfect use for that left over ham bone! Why Eat Black Eyed Peas for New Years. Black Eyed Peas are one of my hubby's favorites and have long been a New Year's Tradition in the South. You'll simply combine dried black-eyed peas, onion, garlic, bell pepper, jalapeno pepper, ham, and bacon with water and a boullion cube in the slow cooker — no sauteing first with this recipe. "The Crock-pot is a perfect way to cook this recipe, no pre-soak needed on the peas and 6-8 hours cooking is about right," says GULFTRADE. How to make slow cooker black eyed peas. For this recipe you’ll need a bag of black eyed peas, onion, green pepper, garlic, ham and sausage. I use both a ham hock or bone and chopped ham in my crock pot black eyed peas for maximum flavor. You can save your ham bone from Christmas (toss it in the freezer!) or buy a ham hock.
Sort and wash peas. Place in a large pan, cover with warm water and allow to soak overnight. Drain the peas and place in large 4 quart crock pot. Add ham or ham bone to peas along with 3 cups of water. Stir in rest of ingredients except the cooked rice and green onion fans. Turn crock pot to low and allow to cook for 6 to 8 hours. How to make Black Eyed Peas in a Crock Pot. Drain soaked black eyed peas and place in the bottom of a 6 quart slow cooker. Then pour tomatoes over black eyed peas and add garlic, water, bouillon, peppers and stir well. Nestle ham bone down in black eyed peas, season with salt and pepper and cover. Drain the peas from the soaking liquid and place in the crock pot. Add the water, salt and pepper, onion, celery, and meat. Cover the crock pot and cook on high for 1-2 hours, then reduce heat to low and cook for 8-9 more hours.
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