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Pea Saute with Poached Eggs Recipe

Ingredients:

2    cups Mr Big shelled peas

1    cup chopped fresh tomato

2    fresh, chopped mint leaves

3    tablespoons olive oil

      salt and pepper, or some “Miryana’s seasoned salt”

2    large fresh eggs

 

Method:

In heated pan, pour oil, mint, tomato and peas. Sautee for several minutes, add seasoning, add enough water to cover and cook until peas almost tender. At this point, make two wells in the peas and add the eggs, as though for sunny side up. Cover pan, and poach eggs to desired point.

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