Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 5 mins

This a an excellent appetizer, snack or smeared on a bagel with a little cream cheese for breakfast. Yeild/servings is entirely dependent upon how you use it.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Brown onions in very small amount of oil.
  2. Add garlic powder, salt and pepper as onions are browning.
  3. Combine all ingredients in food processor and process until smooth and walnuts"disappear".
  4. Chill and serve with crackers.


Most Helpful

Ok, I stayed on recipe all the way and had little trouble. “ One can of green peas”…is not as specific as I would like…I put a 14oz can in. However, it came out kind of bland, I feel it needs some taste at the higher registry. So…I have tried a few things in it. (It lends itself well to add-ins in the finished state.) I tried cherry peppers, and they didn’t help much, but when I put some mild hot sauce (Red Devil Cayenne hot sauce) in, I struck what I was after. I will make it again.

Vic1 September 30, 2002

I've never eaten liver pate so I can't really make a comparison, but I made this for a neighborhood gathering this weekend and it was a hit. Served with crackers, it makes an elegant presentation. I like the taste and it is diabetic friendly, so I will be making it again. Made for Alphabet Soup Game. Thank you for posting.

ElaineAnn November 27, 2006

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