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Curry Pea Salad With Almonds

Curry Pea Salad With Almonds created by iris5555

I found this recipe on the internet over the weekend and decided to make it for a BBQ. Everyone loved it...even the ones who hate peas.

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees and toast almonds on a cookie sheet (about 10 min). Let cool and then chop.
  • Combine FROZEN peas, green onions, 3/4 of the almonds, and water chestnuts. In a separate bowl combine and mix the mayonnaise and curry powder. Fold mayonnaise mixture into the peas. Add salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste.
  • Add the remaining almonds right before you serve.
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"I found this recipe on the internet over the weekend and decided to make it for a BBQ. Everyone loved it...even the ones who hate peas."
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  1. graffeetee
    this is yummy, i don't make it exactly as written, but use it as a guideline. i use raw fresh peas most of the time, and add less mayo and more curry powder. nice tangy crunchy salad!
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  2. iris5555
    Curry Pea Salad With Almonds Created by iris5555
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  3. iris5555
    Curry Pea Salad With Almonds Created by iris5555
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  4. iris5555
    I also found a version of this recipe on the website, Simply Recipes. The version I used is a bit different in that smoked almonds are used (they are rinsed to remove some of the salt). The salad is really very tasty. I didn't add water chesnuts to mine as I don't like them so cut back a bit on the mayo.
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  5. TeriCoombes
    I found this recipe on the internet over the weekend and decided to make it for a BBQ. Everyone loved it...even the ones who hate peas.
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