5 Reviews

Unpeeled photos were a hit with us too.. less work and more vitamins, a classic win/win situation. I liked very much that this didn't use mayo or dairy based dressings or eggs and that the dressing was tasty but not overpowering. More of a compliment of a sauce to the onion, potatoes and peas. Please see my Rating System: 4 excellent stars for a recipe that pleased guests and was something different but not too wildly different, it even pleased one of our slightly more fussy guests. Thanks!

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kiwidutch June 18, 2008

We liked this! I didn't add the peas until the very end as I like crunchy tender peas. Also, I added some butter and salt and pepper for a bit more flavor. Thank you for posting Angela, I'd never thought about making peas and potatoes together! Made for ZWT, please see my rating system as I rate tougher than most.

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puppitypup June 15, 2008

GREAT TASTE & EASY TO MAKE ~ What more would one want in a side dish, & I appreciated the fact that the potatoes were left unpeeled! Since I do like my fresh peas barely cooked (Most of the time I just pour boiling water over them & let them set a minute or two!), I added them at almost the last minute, so at least they were warm! Thanks for a great recipe! [Made & reviewed while in Greece on Zaar's World Tour 4]

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Sydney Mike June 12, 2008

This was good -- but with the amount of water that had to cook off, the peas got overcooked. I think the water to cover might be better just for the potatoes initially, and then perhaps add the peas when the water is half reduced? I did very much like the flavor combination here, so will probably make this again, but will add the peas nearer the end so that they stay firm. Thanks, Ang11002.

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Susiecat too June 07, 2008

AWESOME Greek Veggie Dish. I added more Olive Oil and less Dill, also threw in a Can of drained Artichokes. A lil' Salt and Pepper was added as well. Was really GREAT! Thanks Ang for posting this recipe.

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iLuv2cook 2 September 23, 2006
Araka (Peas, Potatoes & Dill)