While on vacation, was searching for our New Year's Black Eye Pea recipe, and found it almost exactly as a soup! In my original recipe, I drain the Black Eyed peas, use 2 cans of rotel tomatoes (which are smaller cans, and smaller pieces of tomato) and no added water. My original recipe does not call for sugar either, but does suggest garnishing with the crumbled bacon and parsley. As a side dish, this has become a staple in my family for the past 15 years. I printed the recipe, taped it onto a can of Black Eyed peas and attached a pre-measured bag of the dry spices as a Christmas gift for my college age nieces & nephews one year since they all ask for it when they visit. It is a very pretty, colorful dish as well. I may even try it as soup some time!
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While on vacation, was searching for our New Year's Black Eye Pea recipe, and found it almost...