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Green Pea Salad With Cheddar Cheese

Rated as 4.33 out of 5 Stars

"This easy pea salad has sweet, crunchy pieces of onions mixed with creamy bites of Cheddar cheese. Growing up, a friend of the family made us this pea salad that we love to this day. It's just standard stuff: peas, mayonnaise, egg, cheese, and onion. That's it!"
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Ingredients

10 m servings 386 cals
Original recipe yields 6 servings

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 386 calories; 27.5 g fat; 20.9 g carbohydrates; 14.3 g protein; 133 mg cholesterol; 948 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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Reminded me of my grandmas salad in Iowa many years ago. I really think you need to use fresh or thawed frozen peas. Canned are just too mushy for me. Thanks for bringing back a great salad a...

Most helpful critical review

I personally added garlic powder to it

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Reminded me of my grandmas salad in Iowa many years ago. I really think you need to use fresh or thawed frozen peas. Canned are just too mushy for me. Thanks for bringing back a great salad a...

I thought it was great! Adding the eggs even made it appealing to my younger children. I was shocked that they liked it so much, considering anything with peas is a kid repellant. I used froz...

Was out of mayo so made this with ranch dressing. Think it gave it the oomph it needed. Also added sweet pickles and garlic. Next time might use Velveeta cubes instead of cheddar. I am sure ...

I used frozen peas, thawed, shred the cheese, leave out the egg & add peanuts! Great!

I personally added garlic powder to it

I agree on using fresh or frozen peas. Otherwise made it as written and loved it!

07.01.17 ~ DELICIOUS! Loved this salad. I did use thawed frozen peas instead of canned. I also had to use shredded cheese as that is what I had on hand. I like that this recipe does not cont...

I love it. I too used frozen peas but I boiled them for about 1 minute and ran cold water over them to speed up the thawing process. They didn't get a mushy as canned but just a tad softer,

Because the Grands act as if I"m trying to poison them if they run across a raw piece of onion in their food I started substituting thinly sliced radish for the onion. It does have an extra adv...