Black-Eyed Pea Dip

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I made this super yummy Black-Eyed Pea Dip for New Year’s Eve and I just have to share it with y’all!  Black-eyed peas are a traditional Southern food for New Year’s because they are supposed to bring good luck in the year to come.  All suspicion aside, this pea dip is to die for delish and it’s perfect for any time of year.

Did you eat black-eyed peas for New Year’s?

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  1. Julie says

    I made black-eyed peas w/ham hocks for the first time. I used Christy Jordan’s (@SouthernPlate) recipe and family and friends LOVED it:) I also made cornbread, banana nut bread (bananas had to get eatten;) and a Publix blueberry pie. Everything turned out delicious! It was a great day with friends stopping by throughout the day:) Wishing you a very Happy New Year!!

  2. says

    I have never eaten a black-eyed pea in my life. Just not a staple this far north. But my son had New Year’s dinner with a southern family and came home raving about them. Might just need to try this…
    Melinda´s last blog post ..24 Hours of Fun

      • Sue says

        @Myra,
        Sorry. I don’t know how, but it isn’t there now. It said something about gifts and had a very scantily clothed woman on it. There was a button to click on, but I didn’t go there. That’s all I can remember.

  3. Anita says

    I need to try this! I’m thinking that HUGE crockpot of black eyed peas I cooked would work great for this. Dried black eyed peas are so cheap to buy..I always end up cooking the entire bag. They really are yummy, especially with sweet potatoes, cabbage and cornbread! :) Down here in Southern Louisiana we must cook each of these on New Years Day! :)

  4. says

    That sounds DELICIOUS!! I have to try it! This year I wanted a little something different for the “lucky” black eyed peas! I made Texas Caviar. I had never heard of it before and I am a NATIVE TEXAN! It is SUPER DELICIOUS!! I should of posted about it! It’s too late now ya think? OH and congrats Myra on your precious little bean! We are praying God blesses you with a wonderful pregnancy and a happy healthy lil baby at the end.
    Ami w/AliLilly´s last blog post ..My Favorite Pics of Alice Marie 2011

  5. says

    That sounds delish!!! I’m dieting *bad word*…..so I ate lots of raw veggies and some lean turkey. Not HALF as exciting as your dip!! I’ll just live vicariously through you and your wonderful recipes!! :)
    Cyndi´s last blog post ..Christmas Trays

  6. says

    This dip sounds interesting – I have never tried black-eyed peas before! We might have to try this one at a get together we are going to in a few weeks. Thanks for sharing!

    And I’m behind on reading blogs…so, congratulations on your new addition! How exciting!
    Shelley´s last blog post ..Christmas Day

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