Good Luck Black-Eyed Pea Crockpot Chili Recipe

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Ensuring good luck for the New Year means including black-eyed peas on your menu. This chili makes for a hearty crockpot dish with "attitude" for New Year's Eve. I based it on a recipe from Phyllis Good's Fix-it and Forget It Christmas Cookbook, and liked the results so much I won't limit making this just at New Year's. Add corn bread and a tossed green salad to round out the menu. (Note: I used reduced -fat pork sausage which has 30% less fat than regular, and it left no excess fat to drain off in Step 1 below. Turkey or chicken sausage would also leave little or no excess fat to drain away.)

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Servings: 5
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Cost per serving $2.45 view details

Directions

  1. Crumble sausage into skillet; add onions, celery and garlic and saute, stirring frequently over medium heat until sausage is no longer pink and vegetables are softened. (If you substitute regular sausage drain off the extra fat.)
  2. Meanwhile stir black-eyed peas, tomatoes, green chilies and chili powder in a 3-quart crockpot.
  3. Stir the sausage mixture into the black-eyed pea mixture. Cover and cook on low heat for 3 hours or until heated thoroughly.

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Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving %DV
Serving Size 300g
Recipe makes 5 servings
Calories 322  
Calories from Fat 136 42%
Total Fat 15.23g 19%
Saturated Fat 5.49g 22%
Trans Fat 0.1g  
Cholesterol 39mg 13%
Sodium 936mg 39%
Potassium 600mg 17%
Total Carbs 29.63g 8%
Dietary Fiber 7.3g 24%
Sugars 2.3g 2%
Protein 17.69g 28%
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  • Stacey Maupin Torres
    I know it's not New Year's but this sounds sooooo good! Anytime. Thank you for sharing this. I also like that you used reduced fat pork sausage - turkey may work also (with good seasoning added).

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