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I'm sorry, but after growing up on canned peas, I have no such thing in my pantry & really don't want 'em, so I stuck with the frozen ones (at least this first time around, although now that I've ready your intro, my curiosity will probably get the better of me, & I'll have to TRY it with the canned stuff)! Anyway, we loved this salad ~ Easy to make & very easy to enjoy! Will be making it again, for sure! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed as a THANK YOU for playing with us in Please Review My Recipe during the recent tour]
I've been craving Pea Salad for a couple of weeks and decided to look up a recipe to take to Easter dinner.. this is the ONE! I changed two things, I added 1/3 cup Mild Cheddar cheese (I'm a cheese lover) and substituted in frozen peas (which I always prefer). I love the bite of the pepper and onion, gives it the right amount of kick. This recipe was so simple, I'm glad I found it! Two thumbs up (:
Yum! I used frozen peas but otherwise made as directed. Simple, fast, and tasty. Thanks KLBoyle for a nice side dish. Made for Please Review My Recipe tag.
I love this little salad! I love the sharpness that the red onion brings, and I love the crunchiness of the English cucumber. I also used frozen peas since I didn't have any canned peas, but, personally, I didn't think it changed the taste all that much.
I loved this! I made this exactly as posted, except I decreased the salt to 1/8 tsp and used light mayo. Since the peas were canned and I didn't buy no-salt-added peas, I thought they would already have enough salt. I also drained my peas before adding to the mayo, red onions, and cucumbers. Great new way to eat your peas! Thanks for sharing.