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Spring is here. (I think.) I know in many parts of the country, it seems like you skipped spring. 30 degrees one day, 80 degrees the next. While the weather hasn't been quite that hormonal around here, it certainly smells like spring and there is pollen dust everywhere. *achoo* Actually, we did have a hormonal weather day earlier this week...it was 68 when the kids left for school...in shorts and t-shirts...and by lunchtime it was 45. Thankfully it was raining, so they didn't go out for recess. I did not send coats because I had no clue that a cold front was coming through. DOH! I figure if that's my biggest #momfail of the week, I'm doing alright!!! I digress. This is a fabulously flavorful dish and perfect for spring. It's light, but warm and oh so sabroso. (For some reason, sabroso popped in my head as I was thinking "oh so"...sabroso means flavorful in Spanish. So while I'm being redundant in that sentence, I'm pretending that I'm not.) Adore how the white wine flavors mesh with the lemon and the sweet peas...perfection in a pot here y'all. Also, I should note that I don't buy "fancy ingredients" like cooking wines very often. So when I do, I like to use them wisely (sorta sparingly!). A good substitute for the white wine would be chicken stock. And you could reduce overall meal costs by serving with rice instead of potatoes. :)
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (380 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4