Purple Hull Peas and Okra

Purple Hull Peas and Okra is simple a one-pot meal packed with vegetables.
The dish is made with frozen peas and okra and plenty of flavor
with the addition of smoked meat and a few spices. 

 

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Purple Hull Peas are similar to black eye peas, but stand in their own lane.

In my opinion, they have more flavor and are creamier than black eye peas.

Have you ever had purple hull peas? If not you are missing out and have to try them asap!

 

This dish is simply frozen purple hull peas, frozen okra, a smoked turkey neck, onion, water and spices.

No hulling peas, no chopping okra and also no standing over the stove. That’s why we are using frozen peas and okra.

They are just as good as the fresh ones. This recipe is great by itself or as a side dish.

Purple Hull Peas and Okra

You will need: 

  • Bag of frozen purple hull peas
  • Bag of frozen okra
  • Seasoned salt
  • Garlic salt
  • Garlic powder
  • Onion powder
  • Black pepper
  • Yellow  onion
  • Turkey neck (optional)

Purple Hull Peas and Okra

Steps to make this recipe: 

Fill a medium-size pan almost to the top with water. Add the turkey neck and cook over medium heat for one hour.

After one hour, add the purple hull peas, onion and seasonings. Cook for 30 minutes over medium heat. If needed, add additional water throughout the cooking process.

Add okra and cook for an additional 20-30 minutes. Add one to two additional cups of water if needed. Remove from heat and serve.

 

Purple Hull Peas and Okra

Purple Hull Peas and Okra

The turkey neck is optional, but in the south, if we make peas, beans or greens we adding turkey necks, salt pork, or a ham hocks.

The meats and the water the meat is cooked in enhances the flavor of the dish.

For those who aren’t quite ready to take it that far, just leave the turkey neck out. The peas will still be good without it.

But sooner or later, your curiosity will get the best of you and I’m sure you will try it lol!

 

Enjoy!

 

You may also like: 

Classic Meatloaf

Okra and Tomatoes with Sausage

Country Style Collard Greens

 

 

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Purple Hull Peas and Okra
Purple Hull Peas and Okra is simple a one pot meal packed with vegetables. The dish is made with frozen peas and okra and plenty of flavor.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Course: Main Course, Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: okra, purple hull peas
Servings: 4 people
Author: Ashley Frederick

Ingredients

  • 1 (12) ounce bag of frozen purple hull peas
  • 1 (12) ounce bag of frozen okra
  • 1/2 tbsp of seasoned salt
  • 1/2 tbsp of garlic salt
  • 1/2 tbsp of garlic powder
  • 1/2 tbsp of onion powder
  • 1 tsp of pepper
  • 1/2 c of yellow onion
  • 1 turkey neck optional

Instructions

  • Fill a medium size pot almost to the top with water.
  • Add turkey neck and cook over medium heat for one hour.
  • After one hour, add purple hull peas, onion and seasonings.
  • Cook for 30 minutes over medium heat. Add additional water throughout the cooking process if needed.
  • Add okra and cook for an additional 20-30 minutes. Add one to two additional cups of water if needed.
  • Remove from heat and serve.
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7 responses to “Purple Hull Peas and Okra”

  1. Faheem ahmed says:

    it looks delicious. Thank you for sharing this

  2. Mary says:

    Hi Ashley! That looks yummy! And I’ve just eaten too. I really like okra.

  3. Ashley says:

    Thank you so much! Okra may take some getting used to, but it’s really good!

  4. confessionsofarealisticmom says:

    That looks like some comfort food! I am and always have been obsessed with pickled okra so I’m sure anything with cooked okra would be great. Thanks for the recipe.

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