Pop Pea Salad

To keep the “pop” in this salad I use frozen green peas that aren’t cooked but just quickly defrosted. It’s great as a summer side but is just as delicious in the winter.

MAKES: 4-6 servings


  1. Place the frozen peas in a colander defrost with cold running water (it’s ok if they aren’t completely defrosted).
  2. Drain well and chill.
  3. Gently combine all ingredients and refrigerate until ready to serve.


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