petit pois

petit pois


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Tiny sweet green peas.
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The event was organised by the support staff of the school, led by bursar Terry France and entertainment was provided by magicians Jack Diamond and Colin Gough as guests ate 'boeuf en croute avec puree de petit pois (steak pie and peas).
He rode a winner in the following race, but could not ride at Haydock on Saturday and opted to have physiotherapy, ultra sound and a packet of frozen petit pois on his knee while watching TV.
For the main course I chose the duck breast which was served with petit pois a la Francais and rosemary pomme puree (that's peas and mash to you and me).
She recommends using canned green lentils, chickpeas, and sweetcorn instead of fresh, and advises keeping petit pois, leaf spinach and sticks of double cream in the freezer.
This simple curry combines the sweetness of petit pois peas with wholesome potato and aromatic spices like garam masala and cumin.
It was served with all the trimmings (potato, green beans, wild mushrooms and baby onions) but I couldn't resist a side order of petit pois a la Francais.
For main courses, I went for the baked avocados with petit pois ratatouille and mozzarella, partly because I have never heard of baking an avocado.
The mains were mushroom biryani, but most of the mushrooms seemed to have been transformed into tiny peas - so small they must be petit petit pois. They were also in the mildish vegetable curry sauce.
The creamy sauce was infused with smoked fish stock and dotted with petit pois and flakes of haddock.
"Although I am torn because I also love barbecues, so I could be tempted to have a barbecue for my last supper: I love loin chops burnt (so I'm a great barbecue guest), with petit pois and, again, Jersey royals, and maybe a nice Greek salad with feta cheese, tahini sauce and ciabatta bread.
Flynn is proud of his vast collection of growing veggies which range from three types of runner-beans, early and late potatoes, carrots, sweet peas, mange-tout, petit pois, turnips, parsnips, swedes, sprouts, savoy cabbage, red cabbage, leeks and caulifl ower.
Pour in the stock, a splash of Worcester sauce and the petit pois. Season, turn down the heat and let it cook until the meat is soft (15mins or so).