Ingredients

How to make it

  • PREHEAT OVEN TO 375 DEGREES F.
  • GREASE A LARGE BAKING DISH OR PAN WITH BUTTER AND SET ASIDE.
  • IN A SKILLET, BREAK UP THE SAUSAGE, ADD THE ONION, AND COOK OVER MODERATE HEAT, STIRRING , UNTIL THE MEAT IS BROWNED, ABOUT 10 MINUTES.
  • DRAIN THE SAUSAGE AND ONION ON PAPER TOWELS.
  • IN A LARGE MIXING BOWL, WHISK TOGETHER THE CORN MEAL,FLOUR, SALT,PEPPER, AND BAKING SODA.
  • IN ANOTHER BOWL, WHISK TOGETHER THE BUTTERNILK, OIL AND EGGS, ADD TO THE DRY MIXTURE, AND STIR JUST UNTIL THE DRY MIXTURE IS MOISTENED, ( DONT OVER MIX; THE BATTER SHOULD BE SLIGHTLY LUMPY)
  • ADD THE CHEESE, BLACK-EYED PEAS,ANDTHE CHILES AND STIR TILL THE MIXTURE IS WELL BLENDED.
  • SCRAPE THE BATTER INTO THE PREPARED BAKING DISH, AND BAKE UNTIL GOLDEN BROWN
  • ABOUT 40 TO 50 MINUTES ALLOW TO COOL 10 MINUTES BEFORE SERVING..................

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    " It was not good "
    talkinannie ate it and said...
    The directions left out adding the sausage. Mine was dry, bland amd the peas were hardened. Used extra buttermilk to get a batter rather than having a dough-like consistency. Will try jalapenos. Any other suggestions about fixing the problems?
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  • dixiediner 6 years ago
    Can't wait to tell the family 'bout this one.
    OLE MISS REBS!
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    " It was excellent "
    jencathen ate it and said...
    This sounds great!
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    " It was excellent "
    lor ate it and said...
    Great "5" fork recipe and I've never seen anything like it. Wow Mini... I've been bookmarking a lot of your recipes. Thank you!
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  • redkitchen 6 years ago
    Love the dog, love the recipe...long live the black-eye pea! *****! (5 stars)
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  • legoflamb 6 years ago
    I've been hankerin' for some black-eyed peas. I think this might do the trick. THANKS!
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  • grizzlybear 6 years ago
    very interesting I have so much pork you name it I have it.......had y to butcher 2 350 lb pigs so i ended up with 450 lb of meat sausage ,chops, hams, steaks, you name it ......i will be trying this realy soon

    Great post
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