Seven soups every Saturday: black-eyed pea soup recipes
Somewhere in the world, it's just the right weather for black-eyed pea soup, and here in Rhode Island, the nights are getting a little bit cooler and we can sense the impending arrival of autumn. Traditionally, black-eyed peas appear on the dinner table on New Year's Day, when eating them is said to bring good luck, but they're delicious on the other 364 days of the year, too. Pair them with strong flavors, such as sausage, peppers, bacon, peanuts, or dark green vegetables. Cooked peas and beans freeze well, so make a big pot of black-eyed pea soup when the mood strikes, even if it's still summer, and freeze for later in the year.
Spicy collards and black-eyed pea soup, from FatFree Vegan Kitchen
Black-eyed pea soup (with ham and chicken), from GFE - Gluten Free Easily
Hopping John soup, from Kalyn's Kitchen
Black-eyed pea soup with thyme, from Blue Kitchen
Black-eyed pea and chorizo soup, from Homesick Texan
African sweet potato soup with peanut butter, black-eyed peas and beans, from Gluten-Free Goddess
Black-eyed pea soup with corn and dill, from Lisa's Kitchen
Find more delicious black-eyed pea soup recipes on Food Blog Search. Come back every Saturday for seven soup recipes to enjoy any day of the week.