Good Luck Hoppin' John


Good Luck Hoppin' John

Good Luck Hoppin' John

A traditional Southern recipe consisting of peas and rice, Hoppin' John is usually enjoyed on New Year's Day as it represents good luck and prosperity for the new year. This recipe for Good Luck Hoppin' John has all of the classic elements of the old-time favorite dish and is a recipe you'll find yourself making again and again, especially if your family enjoys Southern and country cooking. Enjoy this hoppin' john recipe on New Year's or any time of year... it's always delicious no matter when you serve it up!


Preparation Time5 min

Cooking Time20 min

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I like the way rice is prepared in this recipe. I usually just boil rice with salt, strain in a colander then rinse with tap water (while the rice is still in the colander) and let drain. By then, all of the flavor is gone. Adding some butter would keep the rice grains from sticking to each other plus give the rice some flavor!


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