Wando in a Bowl Question: What is a good recipe for wando peas?

Answer: Wando peas are a variety of shelling peas (peas that you must remove from the shell before eating). You can use them as you would in any recipe calling for peas. I think to enjoy their fresh flavor it’s best to just keep it simple. I use them one of two ways. 1) Eat them raw right out of the shell. 2) I melt some butter in a pot over medium-high heat and pour the peas in when the butter in melted. I cook these for about 2-3 minutes, stirring often. Fresh peas are tender so they don’t need to be cooked long.

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