Creole-Roasted Black-eyed Peas

  • aprilc Posted: 01/01/11
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    I burned the first batch. Reduced the temperature and cook time for second batch and they turned out much better. My husband liked them and thought they would be a good snack to have around the house.

  • blasater Posted: 01/14/11
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    I thought these were a great healthy alternative to nuts. Brought to work and have given the recipe out to several people. I increased the creole and had to double the recipe because they shrink up so much. Don't cook too long or they will taste burnt.

  • craftdiva Posted: 01/31/11
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    My mom and I both burnt our first batches. We reduced the temp to 400 degrees, checked them every 8 or 9 minutes & stirred. Cooking time was also reduced to about 40-45 minutes.We also increased the creole seasoning.They do shrink up quite a bit, so you're only left with 2 cups or so. They are delicious when cooked correctly! Keep an eye on those peas!

  • tayloraz Posted: 01/27/11
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    If you choose to try them, change the time and temp. They burned black as coal from one 10 min. stir to the next, with 20 mins left on the timer.

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