I’ve noticed over the past couple of years that most packets of frozen peas have started saying “For best results, microwave” or something similar. However, I reckon most people still aren’t microwaving their peas, so…
If you’re having frozen peas as a side vegetable with a meal, how would you usually choose to cook them?
- Boil in a pan of water
- Microwave in a microwave
- Steam them peas
- Fry/saute type thing
The only vegetable I’d microwave now is sweetcorn, after 16 years of thinking I don’t like vegetables due to only being fed awful microwaved ones.
Wouldn’t have frozen peas. PodLife.
Microwave in Pyrex bowl or jug for about 3 minutes, saves hob space and easier too wash up a bowl than saucepan. Tastes the same
Even the Captain’s on board with the microwave though
To retain more vitamins, MICROWAVE STRAIGHT FROM THE FREEZER
Can I just shock you? I don’t own a microwave.
Fuck the Captain, he’s not the boss of me. Not any more.
Well then you are not getting the best results from your frozen peas are you
Here bc, d’you reckon you’d know the difference between micro’d peas and pan’d peas in a blind taste test?
Actually the most frequent use of frozen peas in my household is as a direct edition to a Meera Sodha curry. If that answers your question at all.
He outranks you pal, this is insubordination.
I’ll walk the plank before I bow to that despot again.
Well kind of, at least you’re not boiling them first. Realising you can just shove frozen peas straight into food is a real gamechanger
Not even on microwavebook.
Told this before but my neighbour makes cheese on toast in the microwave
I’m about to buy a microwave right now!