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Lucky Southern Chili

By: Blair Lonergan from The Seasoned Mom
Updated December 28, 2019
Lucky Southern Chili
Lucky Southern Chili

"Perfect for New Year's Day (or any other cool evening), this Southern Chili recipe is a reader favorite! It's loaded with Cajun seasoning, black eyed peas, pork sausage and ground beef for an easy dinner that's full of flavor. Black-eyed peas are a must on New Year’s Day, right? No matter what we had going on, where we were, or who else was around our table, my Mom always served black-eyed peas with our first dinner of the New Year…along with the other usual suspects of pork, greens and cornbread. Southern superstition tells us that these foods bring prosperity in the New Year, so who am I to argue with tradition?! A reader named Patti sent me her Southern Chili recipe last year, and I'm finally getting around to sharing it here on the blog. I love that it combines some of our "good luck" foods (pork, black eyed peas, and cornbread) for a fun twist on the traditional New Year's Day dinner. "

Yields10 cups

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time45 min

Cooking MethodSkillet

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