11 Reviews

Made these for dinner the other night. Hubby wanted more (just the two of us finished this off). I did use frozen peas and frozen (but thawed) pearl onions. I wasn't sure if that was the same as baby onions. I did not have to peel or cut them (they are tiny). This was really good. Hubby suggested that maybe next time I could put some diced, precooked ham into it to make it a meal in itself. Hmmmm? Thanks for a keeper. Made for CQ 2015 for LBOB

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rosie316 September 10, 2015

What a great recipe, it was so quick and easy to produce the perfect peas and cream. The flavor and textures were outstanding. Not a single pea was left after dinner. Thank you so much for sharing this lovely recipe Karen Elizabeth. Made for Culinary Quest 2014 - Suitcase Gourmets.

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Baby Kato September 11, 2014

Nice side dish. Easy and tasty. Thanks for sharing. Made for Culinary Quest 2014.

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lazyme September 09, 2014

Yumm, this went perfectly with with tonight's salmon. Loved the lemon addition. It was fresh and creamy and delicious. I used pearl onions in half the amount ask for. Made for Culinary Quest, 2014 but I'll surely be making these again.

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Annacia September 06, 2014

This was a delcious recipe that was super easy to make! I had frozen pearl onions and peas, which I thawed, then prepared the recipe as posted. I was a little confused by the measurements, and used 1 tablespoon of butter and 1 tablespoon of flour. I did add the lemon juice, which provided an unexpected but pleasant tang. I will definitely make this again! Made for ZWT 8.

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JackieOhNo! August 24, 2012

i made this for mr picky because i was having bks tarragon cream peas and he doesnt like tarragon . he loved these i just used onion chunks great recipe made for one it worked fine zaar tour 8

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Dienia B. August 14, 2012

I liked the recipe a lot, but my family commented on the unexpected tang of the lemon. We both enjoyed the amount of onions. (I used pearl and a 16oz bag of frozen peas). Thank t=you for sharing your recipe! Made for Fall '09 Pick A Chef.

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Susie D September 19, 2009

We loved these. I used the Pearl Red Onions which really worked well for me. They did fall apart but really added a nice flavor. Loved the addition of the lemon juice. I'll admit though I used 2% milk instead of the cream, but I don't think it made one bit of difference to us. Thanks for sharing. Made for Pot Luck

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~Nimz~ March 28, 2009

When I read "baby onions", I thought pearl onions. But the amount of onions to peas was really over the top. So maybe my idea of a "baby onion" should have been the end part of a green onion? I did love the cream added to the peas, although it isn't something I will do often because of calorie content. Thanks for an interesting take on peas. Made for Potluck Tag game.

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breezermom March 23, 2009

I really like this recipe, and it tasted really great! The family loved it. Because I was not sure what type of onions to use (baby) I used shallots and cut them in halves and they worked so very well in this recipe. I didnt use the lemon juice, but will try it next time. A recipe I will be making again. Thanks Karen Elizabeth.

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Tisme December 08, 2008
Decadent, Peas With Baby Onions and Cream