Frozen peas can easily be cooked and hundred fresh pea pods are removed from the hassle of a simple dish. Frozen peas are a simple and healthy addition to any meal, served alone on the side or part of pastas or suppers. Peas is a versatile ingredient. We can cook a lot of meals by using it. It can be soup, can be garnished on top and whatsoever. If you have frozen peas in your fridge, and you don’t know what you are going to do with it. Keep reading and this might help you to give you ideas of what you are going to cook for dinner.
Mix a bag of frozen, thawed peas, one handful of each mint blade and grated cheese, one or two garlic cloves and large black pepper grinders in a food processor. Then, add some olive oil with the machine on to the feed tube until the pesto is creamy, blended and thickened. If necessary, thin with lemon juice.
Peas and Mint Pesto
Mutter Paneer (Peas and Cheese Indian Style) First use vegetable oil to fry the cubes of the paneer (or tofu) until it’s browned. Then, drain it on the paper towel. Drizzle a pinch of cumin and a palm of garam masala or curry powder into a large pot until the dish is aromatic. After that,add a chopped onion and cook until the onion is smoothed and spiced. Put in 2 to 3 cup of water and cook with a bowl of chopped tomatoes. Place the paneer in the pot and cook it for a couple of minutes and add a sack of frozen peas. Cook for at least 15 minutes until it is thickened. Finally, erve with rice and spray of cilantro minced.
Buttered Peas and Lettuce
Sprinkle a generous pinch of sugar over the lettuce and top it with a layer of frozen peas. Then, add a pinch of salt and pepper and butter, add more layers of lettuce and seasoned peas and finish it with lettuce. Cook on low temperatures until the peas are warmed and the lettuce wilts. After that, add some water to the pot as it is sufficient. Finally, season the dish with salt , pepper and butter to taste before eating. This will complete the dish.