This Creole-inspired dish would probably be more "authentic" if I used tomatoes, but I just love the taste of roasted red peppers, so I had to use them. That being said, I'm sure this dish would be just as delicious with tomatoes or fire roasted tomatoes if you prefer. You could also add carrots and celery to complete the "holy trinity". Not to mention, this spicy dish would be a great way to follow tradition of eating black eyed peas on New Years! Scott & I will be traveling on New Years day, but once we come home, I plan to make my healthy version of Hoppin' John in Pudge-Free Holidays.
Per Serving (with brown rice) 341 cals, 3g fat, 65g carbs, 14g protein
Per Serving (without rice): 232 cals, 2g fat, 42 carbs, 11g protein