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Ideas For Dressing Up Frozen Peas?



 
 
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Old 17-12-2007, 08:35 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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Default Ideas For Dressing Up Frozen Peas?

John Kane wrote:

On Dec 15, 11:46 pm, Teresa wrote:


My family likes peas, frozen rather than canned, but have become
pretty bored with just "nuking" them and adding butter, salt &
pepper. Does anyone have any simple ideas for dressing them up a
bit? Thanks!


White sauce, serve over buttered toast. B-in-L's favourite quick
lunch


Or peas, pasta, olive oil, white vinegar, salt and pepper.

Steve
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Old 17-12-2007, 09:05 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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Tamzen Cannoy wrote:

Thaw, drain. Mix in homemade buttermilk dressing, a few sliced green
onions and a handful of chopped cashews.


diced onion, dice a little bacon or pancetta and fry them together and
then toss in peas to cook at end.


I'll vouch for this one! Also adding some cream to the cooked onions/ham
(or pancetta) before adding thawed frozen peas. It was a wonderful dish
this past Thanksgiving.
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Default Ideas For Dressing Up Frozen Peas?

Vilco wrote:
Teresa wrote

My family likes peas, frozen rather than canned, but have become
pretty bored with just "nuking" them and adding butter, salt &
pepper. Does anyone have any simple ideas for dressing them up a
bit? Thanks!


Sautee' some garlic in olive oil, add the peas and a few canned &
diced tomatoes, about 2 spoons of tomato for one peas can. Salt and
let go over low fire for 10 minutes, add groud white pepper and serve.



I like to add either a can of carrots, or a small can of sliced mushrooms




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Default Ideas For Dressing Up Frozen Peas?


My family likes peas, frozen rather than canned, but have become
pretty bored with just "nuking" them and adding butter, salt &
pepper. Does anyone have any simple ideas for dressing them up a
bit?



I googled on "Indian recipe peas" and liked the looks of these possibilites:


http://www.syvum.com/cgi/online/serv...s/srcpa3.tdf?0
http://www.syvum.com/cgi/online/serv.../srcpv15.tdf?0
http://www.ivu.org/recipes/indian-ve...n-curried.html


Peas are my least favorite of the legumes. I prefer fresh green beans,
black beans, chick peas, just about any bean over peas. For that
reason, I like them dressed up quite a bit, and the heavy spices found
in Indian cooking do that for me.


--Lia

 




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