Recipe by Don
"An Italian side dish special. Simple but full of flavor."
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extra-virgin olive oil
frozen peas, thawed
dry white wine
1 1/2 tablespoons
chopped fresh thyme leaves
salt and ground black pepper to taste
No ho-hum peas these. These are peas all dressed up pretty. Onion, pancetta, fresh thyme and white wine (and I couldn’t help adding a bit of fresh minced garlic) - what a great, flavorful combination of ingredients! Happy to be the first reviewer and give this recipe two thumbs up.
We made this dish as a side to a nice Chicken Dish. The Peas were a hit, a real gourmet side dish for sure! Easy Peasy (Pun Intended) Thanks Don!
Nice change from the your ordinary peas. The thyme really works well here, and I also added some garlic. In a pinch, I'm sure bacon would be a good sub for the pancetta.
I made this recipe before it was published, it is wonderful, full of flavor, and a keeper in my home. YUM!!!
So easy and absolutely delicious! I doubled the pancetta since my package was a 4 oz pack and I didn't want to have it sitting around. it was so good on it's own and even the roommate who hates veggies liked it. he mixed it with his rice and ate it.
Quick,easy,delicious...need to say more? Keeper! To keep them bright green do not overcook the peas just until they are no longer frozen, and do not cover them because the vapor will overcook them and they will immediately turn dark green.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Peas and Pancetta
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 189
** Calories from Fat: 82
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