Oh my goodness...I can't believe such a simple little recipe tastes so delicious! Much as I get irritated with reviewers who say "this was a fantastic recipe" and then change virtually every ingredient given, I must say that I didn't have any frozen peas, so I substituted the edamame in my fridge. Also chopped up a small onion that was going funky in my cupboard anyway as opposed to adding onion powder. This was just terrific! Thank you.
Mercy, this was wonderful! Very easy to prepare too. Next time will add diced sweet onion or maybe green onions. The celery would be good too, as ms_bold suggests. Thanks for posting!
Loved this. I enjoy the sweetness of surimi and the peas only add to it. The eggs work well with the mayo to bind all the ingredients together. Cutting the bacon back to 2 slices still seemed to be plenty. I didn't find it necessary to add any other seasonings or ingredients. Terrific little salad, Mercy.
I had planned to add pasta, black olives and diced celery to this salad, but found it to be very good just as written. I did sub finely diced sweet onions for the onion powder, though. This was my contribution to a salad buffet, and it disappeared quickly. I plan on making it again as part of my own brown-bag lunches.
Fabulous little recipe here! only change I made was to use dried onion flakes instead of powder, I just sprinkled them on the peas as they were thawing, turned out great. I served this on a fluffy croissant with some avacado slices, bib lettuce and some Sriracha on the croissant, along with some cottage cheese and fresh sliced pineapple. This was a very refreshing meal.