5 Reviews

I'll join the chorus--very simple, very fresh tasting, very easy to make.

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Chef Kate November 22, 2005

Deliciously seasoned; this makes the peas so sweet! I omitted the zucchini and doubled the peas, hoping dh would eat it. He didn't, but the kids did. Thanks for an interesting side dish!

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Kaarin November 04, 2005

You could use a number of vegies for this: asparagus tips, broccolini, artichoke hearts, etc. Quick and delicious. I like the fact the vegies aren't simmered for a long period of time. Fresh tasting, especially if you choose to use fresh toms and fresh basil as I did. Fresh basil for me is the only way to go...

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COOKGIRl November 03, 2005

Five stars in Mr B's and in Kumquat's book too. No changes, except used 1 teaspoon dried basil instead of fresh because BF does not like fresh(?) and reflexively used a tad less oil (I do that even for low fat dishes). Used recommended amount of fresh tomatoes instead of canned. Veggies were cooked perfectly in time allotted, and the frozen peas I used tasted so sweet! Added tomato paste with rest of tomatoes (in case of any ambiguity in directions). Great side dish for us, served with a Greek orzo salad. Thanks again for another terrific recipe Toni!

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Kumquat the Cat's friend November 03, 2005

I thought this was a tasty 4+ star dish; Mr B rated it as a 5. So 5 stars it is. And given that he can be on the picky side this recipe has justly earned its 5 stars in my book. Rich and flavoursome, it's also nice and easy to make.

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Mrs B October 29, 2005
Peas in Tomato Sauce (Revithia Me Saltsa Domata)