Green Peas Supreme

Green Peas Supreme

"Canadian bacon and pearl onions are tasty additions to this simple stovetop side dish made with convenient frozen peas. 'I always get requests for second helpings,' reports Marlene Muchenhirn from Delano, Minnesota."
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30 m servings
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  1. In a large skillet, cook bacon in butter until lightly browned. Add the peas, onions, water, sugar, salt and pepper. Cover and cook over medium heat until vegetables are tender, about 10-15 minutes; drain.

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Most helpful positive review

Very good and very easy to make. I used regular bacon, and didn't have any pearl onion, so i just used regular chopped. Everyone in my house really liked this. Thank you!!

Most helpful critical review

The flavors blended well. Peas are not my families favorite side dish, which may account for only 3stars.

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Very good and very easy to make. I used regular bacon, and didn't have any pearl onion, so i just used regular chopped. Everyone in my house really liked this. Thank you!!

I found this recipe because I had some canadian bacon to use up. I love onions but hate pearl onions so just chopped a walla walla sweet and cooked with the bacon. Was surprised at how good th...

Used chopped white onion instead of pearl, bacon bits instead of Canadian bacon. Was a hit! Will definitely make it again.

My whole family loved this dish! For the first time ever, we ate all our green peas and wanted more. I improvised a bit by using onion powder instead of onions, and it was still delicious.

This was really good, although I made some changes. I used purchased crumbled bacon and onion powder in place of pearl onions, only because my husband hates onions. May try adding some fresh mus...

The flavors blended well. Peas are not my families favorite side dish, which may account for only 3stars.

I liked these a lot. I had some pearl onions I wanted to use up and this was perfect. The only change I will make next time is adding a shot of tabasco to give it a little zip

Everyone I serve loves this.

Tasty little dish. I used a Texas sweet onion diced instead of pearl onions and I cooked them in with the canadian bacon. We really liked these and I will be fixing this recipe again. Thanks Mar...

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