10 Traditional New Year's Recipes To Cook Up Lots Of Good Luck

 There's a Southern folktale that says if you have the customary New Year's Day supper, you'll be lucky all year. That means collard greens, hoppin' John, black-eyed peas, cornbread, and pot likker soup for a supper in the South.

 With soaking time taken into account, this Instant Pot recipe cooks the black-eyed peas to perfection while coming together more quickly than a traditional version. 

1. Instant Pot Black-Eyed Peas 

 Hoppin' John serves rice with black-eyed peas. Rice and beans are cooked slowly with onion, salt, and bacon, fatback, or ham hock.

2. Hoppin' John 

 Collards with pork are succulent and soft when cooked slowly. Only vinegar can complete their wonderful, heartwarming flavor.

3.  Southern-Style Collard Greens

 The final dish in the Southern New Year trio is cornbread, which some believe represents gold. 

4. Southern Skillet Cornbread 

 You can get the same smoky flavor with these fast collards without spending hours cooking them on the stove. 

5. Instant Pot Collard Greens 

 Without Hoppin' John on the stove, carefully simmered until it reaches its full flavor, New Year's Day just wouldn't be the same.

6. Classic Hoppin' John 

 If you prepare ahead, collard green stems can be pickled and used to top greens or black-eyed pea soup.

7. Smoked ham hocks and pickled collard green stems

 This healthier New Year's supper has black-eyed peas and vegetables,Kale, a tenderer collard, is used in this dish.

8. Pea-Greens Soup with Turkey Sausage in Slow Cooker

 Don't overcomplicate: These Easy Black-Eyed Peas might be your New Year's Day star.

9. Easy Black-Eyed Peas 

 This auspicious New Year's Day soup has ham, collards, and black-eyed peas. Sop it up with homemade cornbread.

10. Instant Pot Black-Eyed Pea Soup 

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