Vegan Southern Style Black Eyed Peas | Plant-Based New Year’s Good Luck Recipe
I am ringing in 2020 a little early this year with this amazing vegan Southern Black Eyed Peas recipe!
It’s tradition in the South to eat black eyed peas on New Year’s for good luck. Typically, the dish is made with ham hocks and bacon. I’ve replaced the meat with Nature’s Charm jackfruit confit and it tastes INCREDIBLE!
Seriously, my non-vegan, born and raised in the South aunt tasted it and ate three bowls! She went home and immediately ordered a few cans of the jackfruit confit to make for her family on New Year’s.
My husband agrees this jackfruit confit is the tastiest meat alternative he’s ever tried. If you’re looking to reduce/eliminate your meat consumption in the new decade, I encourage you to give it a try!
You’re going to LOVE these Vegan Southern Black Eyed Peas with Jackfruit Confit! The stew is:
Made with simple, wholesome ingredients
Protein and fiber rich
Hearty and comforting
Good luck to eat on New Year’s
Plant-based and gluten-free!
The jackfruit confit is made by my friends at Nature’s Charm. I’m a huge fan of the product. Check out my Jackfruit Confit Pub Burgers and my Vegan Pasta Carbonara for more ways to enjoy it!
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