|by Susannah Blake|
Whether it's a tea party in the garden or a cosy gathering by the fire, afternoon tea is a treat at any time of year.
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Peel, seed and ... Peel and chop onions. Peel and mince garlic. Rinse peas, put in ... Simmer 10 minutes longer. Stir in parsley, adjust seasonings to taste.
Cut onion into very thin ... dressing, drained chick peas, and drained ... black pepper to taste. Garnish with olives or anchovies, if desired. Serves 8.
Peel onions, slice vertically, ... salt to taste. Add thawed green peas. Cook to desired tenderness. If seasoning is desired, add butter. Great side dish!
Boil peas, celery and onion together until done. Drain and toss with a little butter.
Cook frozen peas according to package ... minutes). Meanwhile cut onions in 1 inch ... thick. Add peas including any remaining cooking liquid. Serve at once.
Combine peas and salt. Cook ... lightly browned. Add onions, cover. Cook ... minutes. Stir in olive oil. Let cool slightly before serving. Serves 6 to 8.
Cook onion in butter until tender; add salt, pepper, peas and cumin. Cover and cook slowly until the peas are heated through.
Cook and drain frozen peas. Combine with carrots and pimento and cook together for 10 minutes. Saute' onion in butter to make sauce and pour over vegetables.
In a 5 ... cumin seed, and onions. Cook just ... high heat. Add peas and cook, uncovered, ... onions onto peas; add salt to taste. Makes 8 to 10 servings.
Peel onions and cook, uncovered, ... Stir in milk slowly. Boil 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Add peas and heat through. Fill cups with peas. Serves 6.
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