Flavored with a good dose of dill and tangy feta, this bright green pasta is a delicious way to celebrate spring.
If starting with peas in the pod, you’ll need about 3 lb. before shelling.
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Flavorless (and I added garlic). I will not make this recipe again.
This was quick, easy and delicious! Following the suggestions from another reviewer, I added the juice of half a lemon, and substituted dried chives instead of fresh dill when I made the sauce. I think this really added to the recipe. I think a nice addition might be pan fried pancetta or prosciutto to top the pasta. Will try this the next time I make this and there will definitely be a next time. .
Lovely, light, and refreshing. Comes together very quickly and the sauce keeps well.
Great and unique dish--a breeze to throw together. I literally was able to do it while the pasta water was heating with no prior prep work. Trader Joe's was out of dill--what else is new? So I substituted chives from our backyard. They were a perfect and maybe superior substitute for dill. We also had some leftover chicken breast that I diced and threw on top to make for a more substantial meal. My wife, who usually hates the idea of peas really liked it as well. She suggested it would work well with salmon on top as well--which I totally agree with. Next time I would try to make the sauce a tad thicker--I'll probably reserve a bit of the chicken broth and only add as much as looks appropriate. And you'll end up with a lot of extra sauce--plan for it.
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