No Time To Cook Peas

This week I was trying to come up for air following the Thanksgiving holiday. As we went away, I came home to an empty refrigerator and no food.

The bright side was my family got freshly cooked food every day. Who doesn’t love fresh food over leftovers?

In general, I try to create meals that include a protein, a carbohydrate, a salad, cooked vegetables and fruit, if desired. Several times this week, however, I realized that we were low on prepared vegetables. 

In these situations, I always try to have frozen vegetables as a back up.

Here is my fast and easy way to serve frozen peas.



Fresh garlic, crushed 

Prepared Mustard

Salt and pepper 

Optional: white wine


Put peas in pan and add the other ingredients. Voilà, fast and easy elegant peas.

Here is the picture:


I am a time challenged cook. But, adding wine, fresh garlic and mustard gives humble frozen peas an elegant touch.



13 thoughts on “No Time To Cook Peas

  1. Osyth says:

    I’m a pea devotee and unless you grow your own and can get them into the pan in moments flat frozen are so much the best choice. You have given me a lovely new idea which I am definitely going to try. Thank you and welcome home 🙂

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