Recipe: Comfortable Easy Hoppin' John
Easy Hoppin' John. This is a quick and easy side dish that will become a favorite of your family.—Anne Creech, Kinston, North Carolina. A classic Southern dish to celebrate New Year's. Hoppin' John is one of those classic Southern dishes that come with as many versions, stories and flavors as there are cooks.
Also, the meal that will take care of our Christmas leftover ham. So, here's our Hoppin' John recipe, hope you enjoy it. Learn how to make Easy Hoppin' John. Nowdays, you should can prepare Easy Hoppin' John using 4 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how the way you make that.
Ingredients of Easy Hoppin' John
- It’s 1 lb of ground sausage, mild or hot.
- It’s 1 can of 15.8 oz Bush's Black Eyed Peas, undrained.
- Prepare 1 can of 10 oz Rotel diced tomatoes and green chilies, undrained.
- You need 2 cup of cooked rice.
Add to it as your soul leads you! Hoppin' John is a basic, simple black-eyed pea stew. I kept it extremely pared down, and when I made it yesterday I had a hard time not adding bright. Either way this easy Hoppin John recipe is super yummy and a great way to use leftover ham like we did here.
Easy Hoppin' John step by step
- Brown sausage in a large skillet, drain..
- Add black eyed peas, tomato and chilies, and rice to sausage. Simmer for ten minutes or until hot..
- You can put hot sauce on top if you like. Serve with greens and cornbread..
I used dry black eyed peas with NO soaking required when using your pressure cooker but if. Heat oil in a large saucepan or Dutch oven over medium heat. Place peas, water, onion and. above. Hoppin John is a happy amalgam of all of these traditions (though the greens are served on With a few adjustments, it's an easy swap. Hoppin' John is traditionally a cross between a soup and a stew.