Mushy Peas

So British... great with fish and chips!


1. Defrost Peas for half an hour or so.

2. Place the peas in a medium sized saucepan with water, bring to the boil then reduce the heat, cover and simmer for about 10 mins or until very soft.

3. Drain any excess water and return the peas to the pan over a low heat to dry them off.

4. Add the butter, salt, black pepper and cream , and beat with a wooden spoon until quite smooth but not pureedor put into blender.

Can use dried peas (but need to soak over night).


Frozen Peas 475g
Butter 65g
Mint Leaves 4
Double Cream Or Creme Fraiche 2 Tbsp
Salt And Black Pepper

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