“Beans and Belly” – Roast Pork Belly on Black-Eyed Peas Salad – Food Wishes

Learn how to make a New Year’s “Beans and Belly” recipe! There’s no guarantee this roast pork belly on black-eyed peas salad recipe will bring you good luck and prosperity in the New Year, but what if it did? Either way, this is one of the most delicious ways to enjoy both pork belly and black-eyed peas. Visit https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2018/12/new-years-beans-and-belly-good-luck.html for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I really hope you enjoy this “Beans and Belly” recipe!

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  1. A Real Kitchn

    I have never cooked pork belly before – thanks for making it seem easy! So happy I discovered your channel

  2. The thumbnail is just the bowl of salad dressing you're making

  3. I think my favorite part is that you managed to title this delicious pork belly n beans "Salad"

  4. warm & fluffy socks

    I'm still working on my Black Eyed Peas from New Years, and I'm happy as heck! 🙂

  5. "Pack in a bowl" my fav 420!

  6. Happy New Year Chef John

  7. Evolutionistz

    Happy New Year!!

  8. Aaron Tucker

    Dude that bean salad! Forget the pork belly

  9. Soul the Pedant

    An amazing looking dish! If going so low and slow as 200 and keeping fat from rendering out of it is how we want to initially cook the pork belly, you could probably Sous Vide for that step as well right?

  10. *peas

  11. Lezerni Wolf

    My food wish is to see you and Gordon Ramsay make a video together.

  12. David Maggio

    Chef John, my wife and I made this for my parents and they loved it and so did we! Great way to cook the pork belly! We followed the recipe to the 'T'. And as always…… Thank you!

  13. Maybe beans and belly us vampire

  14. I request Chicken Saltimbocca.

  15. Could've just made bacon…

  16. Couldn't find pork belly without skin which is too hard for me to remove SO, I bought hog jowl and was so glad. I boiled it then easily peeled off the skin, sliced the meat/fat up into crouton pieces and cooled them. Put the beans to soak, and strained the water into a pitcher to use the next day. Today I cooked collards in it, then put the pieces that didn't make it as croutons in with the beans and some more juice instead of water. I fried slowly the croutons and THEY ARE DELICIOUS! Cornbread is done and I can't think of a better way to start by New Year. I will also be buying hog jowl more frequently to make the 'croutons' as they are so yummy. Thank you Chef John – this was a great treat that will be used again and again.

  17. You should make a video on German potato Knödel/Klösse it is a great food especially for the cold season.

  18. Jake Pachuau

    Voice coaching?

  19. Have a great 2019

  20. Лора Пятровна

    Happy New Year!