Garden Pea Salad

"I have had this many times over the years at family reunions and church meals. Paula Deen even has the recipe on her site on FoodTV. Can be doubled or tripled. Simple to make, easier to love!!! Edited to add: I have now tried this with frozen peas as recommended by the reviewers! Frozen peas are the way to go. It has better flavor and texture! But again, use whatever is your preference!"
 
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Garden Pea Salad created by Aunt Paula
Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Drain the peas.
  • Boil the eggs and chop.
  • Chop the onion.
  • Combine all the ingredients in a bowl.
  • Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  • Add pimento if desired.

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  1. lorrainrudd
    The only thing that makes this better is fresh garden peas! Thanks for sharing.
     
  2. Carl in Boston
    A family friend often brought a very similar dish to cookouts and potlucks when I was a kid. I am giving 5 stars only on the condition that it be made with frozen peas. I cannot abide canned peas, as a side, or in any recipe. (I don't mind canned vegetables, except for peas.)
     
  3. Nanita
    Just finished making my hubby's family's version of this salad. It is identical to this recipe (but no pimentos). I used a one pound bag of partially thawed frozen baby peas this time. Serving this for our 4th of July cookout!
     
  4. Amberngriffinco
    We always use frozen peas defrosted. I add more onion, Bac-O's and diced sharp cheddar in mine. THIS IS FANTASTIC and SIMPLE!!
     
  5. MaxBetta
    This was pretty good. I think I needed to either use less onion or chop the onion more finely, though. I used fresh peas from a garden, BTW. Turned out pretty tasty!
     

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