Best Ways to Cook peas


From frozen

Peas are a delicious and healthy addition to any meal. The great thing about them is that they require hardly any cooking time, and are easily accessible via the freezer section.

This may seem like a cheater's method, and not very healthy at all, but peas actually lose nutrition rapidly once they are picked. Peas from a bag are flash-frozen as soon as they are picked, and thus retain most of their nutrients and are actually better for you than fresh.

To cook frozen peas, simply place your desired amount into a saucepan filled with boiling water set over medium heat. Cook until just warmed, and not a second more. They should be bright green and still quite plump. Peas overcook very quickly and can easily turn into a mushy mess. Then drain and serve immediately with salt, and butter if desired.

From frozen

Written by Jeanne Young
1 year ago

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