Peas, Mushrooms, and Scallions

"A unique way to serve peas! Fast, easy, and oh-so-yummy - a great dish to serve at dinner anytime, at potlucks, or at holiday dinners!"
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Ready In:


  • 1 package frozen peas, cooked in microwave for 3 mins,then drained
  • 1 (8 ounce) box of fresh sliced mushrooms
  • 3 scallions, thinly sliced
  • butter
  • salt and pepper


  • Saute mushrooms and scallions in butter for a few minutes, then add peas. Add another pat of butter. Salt and pepper to taste, then saute until heated thru.
  • Serve immediately, or, re-heat later in microwave, adding a bit more butter and salt and pepper, before re-heating.

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  1. I added in some fresh garlic with ours! SImple to make and on the table in no time, this is a quick and delicious addition to our dinner!
  2. These went so nicely with our dinner and were delicious! A nice change from the same ole, same ole! I did add a sprinkling of garlic powder, as we love it.
  3. What a wounderful dish! I love fresh mushrooms and I loved the simplicity of this. I had a few leftover mushrooms I needed to use up so I used them in this with a 10oz package of frozen peas. The peas and mushrooms go well together. Delicious! Thank's!
  4. This is a elegantly beautiful, yet extremely simple dish to prepare. I followed your directions to the letter with excellent results. This dish could easily be served for any occasion and I will be using it often. Easy enough to remember without having to find the recipe ; ) Thank you, Helping Hands!
  5. Neat easy recipe that gives variety to peas! I left them frozen, browned my mushroms and added the frozen peas to the skillet, covered the pan, after 3 minutes added the green onion -covered thhe pan for a further 2 minutes - perfect, ThanksHelping Hands for a super recipe — Jan 25, 2005


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