New Peas & New Potatoes

"We wait all year for this seasonal favorite. It is worth the wait!"
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  • Place potatoes in enough water to cover.
  • Simmer until tender.
  • Add fresh peas and cook covered for 10 more minutes.
  • Drain.
  • Add cream, S&P and cover.
  • Pour potatoes and peas into a hot serving dish.
  • Dot w/ butter and serve.

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  1. ratherbeswimmin
    This is similar to the way my grandmother used to make "Peas & Potatoes". I like your version better. Love the creamy texture. I used peas from our garden. Just divine. Thanks!!
  2. averybird
    I made this with peas from our family's garden. I doubled the new potatoes but otherwise made it as written. The combo was very tasty. It was great served with BBQ chicken and Recipe #439635 for a quick summer meal. Thank you, Aroostook.
  3. ltdsaloon16r
    We loved the flavour combination in this dish. The added cream is perfect for the peas and new potatoes. Thanks for sharing.


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