Served as a side or unique salad, celery and onions are sautéed together with romaine lettuce, peas and then finished with...
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I had the in-laws over for Easter Dinner yesterday. I made these instead of the usual peas and carrots that they typically ask for and they loved them. Even the two 20 something single guys who I sent doggie bags home with asked for them. Very nice and refreshing change. You must try, definitely a keeper.
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Have a nice dinner - Cheers!
What an original idea for a salad. I made this to go with a miso grilled salmon, so I left out the mint and added chives and a drizzle of toasted sesame oil instead.
I served it with a simple couscous, which I mixed with the peas for lunch the next day and that was really good too.
If you do not want to use romaine, you can simply leave it out. Otherwise, you could try adding something like sautéed celery or carrots. Whichever vegetable you choose to add, you just need to make sure they are cooked to the proper stage before you add or combine them with the peas. Cheers!