Hoppin John Cakes w/ Kickin Sauce

By Betty C. from Florence Chapel Middle School, Reidville, South Carolina.


Hoppin John Cakes w/Kickin Sauce is a delicious southern treat.  A twist on the traditional this is a grab and go way to eat your Hoppin Johns.

Nutrition Facts

Serving size: 1

From Fat26.57%
From Saturated Fat3.73%
From Sugar0%


Ingredient 6 servings 50 servings
Blackeyed Peas1/4 #10 Can2 #10 Can
Olive Oil1.5 oz.12 oz.
Cajun Seasoning1/8 oz.1 oz.
Black Pepper3/8 tsp.1 TBSP
Long Grain Brown Rice1.75 CUPS & 2.5 TBSP4 QT
Paprika1 3/8 TSP.4TBSP
French Dressing Reduced Fat1 TBSP 2.75 TSP.1 CUP
Hot Pepper Sauce1 3/8 TSP.1/4 CUP
Diced Green Peppers1/8 oz.1 oz.
Chopped Red Peppers1/8 oz.1 oz.
Salsa (Commodity)3/8 tsp.1 TBSP


Drain blackeyed peas. Mix cooked brown rice with blackeyed peas and place in mixer with paddle add seasonings. Mix until blended. Form patties with a # 8 scoop onto a sheet pan greased with olive oil. Place patties ina hot oven at 400 degrees. Cook until browned on one side and turn patties with a spatula. Cook until browned on other side. Cook to an internal temperature of 165 degrees for 15 seconds.

Mix sauces and diced peppers. Serve 2 Tablespoons Kickin Sauce over each pattie.

CCP; Hold for hot service at 140 degrees or higher.


CCP; Cool to 70 degrees F within 2 hours and from 70 to 40 degrees or lower within an additional 4 hours.