Black Eyed Peas with Onion and Duke's Mayo

November 09, 2016 By: Comments
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Is there anything better on New Year's Day than all the traditional fixins'? One of the most flavorful choices is a bowl of black-eyed peas with crisp, chopped onion and creamy touch of mayonnaise. If you've never had Duke's and fresh onion with black-eyed peas, you're in for a real treat.


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  1. Defrost frozen black-eyed peas in a large bowl.
  2. Fry bacon in a hot skillet until very crispy. Do not discard bacon grease.
  3. Chop bacon into fine pieces and place back into skillet. Add defrosted peas, salt and pepper.
  4. Stir and cook until peas are hot. While peas are cooking, finely chopped onion and set aside.
  5. Once peas are cooked, spoon into small bowls, top with small dollop of mayo. Duke's has a creamy texture that pairs really well with the peas and onions. Top it with a generous helping of chopped onion and serve.