Recipe by Ella
"A quick, easier, healthier, and sweeter alternative to mashed potatoes. I first ate these at an Irish restaurant in Singapore and fell in love!"
Watch video tips and tricks
1 (16 ounce) package
fresh mint leaves
green onions, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
Not bad at all but I prefer them without the mint because I like to cover them in gravy, but I did try them with mint and they were quite good, I just prefer them with gravy. Red gravy is best but there good with beef and chicken gravy too. ;)
This is a great side dish for chicken and fish. I followed the recipe exatly and it came out perfectly. I know one of the reviewers ommitted the mint but I disagree, as the mint is what makes this dish so flavorful.
not great but not bad
OMGness! I turned leftover buttered peas (I like them but also get tired of them) into an amazing side. There's only enough left for me and I'm hoping that no one else wants any.
All this, coming from someone who doesn't cook well or even like cooking! This Will be on my table again. Thanks so much for glamming up my peas.
Good recipe to make green peas even more flavorful, but I can't understand why you would want to mash them. They taste great even without the mashing.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 79
Get the season’s best recipes for holiday feasting.
Holiday cookies, cakes, pies, and breads. Get recipes and inspiration.
Get time-saving recipes to save your busy life.
Watch how to make this classic Southern New Year’s Day specialty.
Watch a foolproof method for making the ultimate comfort food.
Learn how to make red-potato mashers with garlic-flavored spreadable cheese.