Baby spinach, fresh pea and feta cheese salad from The Naked Chef (page 41) by Jamie Oliver

  • feta cheese
  • peas
  • baby spinach

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Notes about this recipe

  • Ro_ on May 18, 2020

    For me this was nice, but not amazing. The fresh peas, just slightly blanched, were indeed a good addition though.

  • fprincess on March 27, 2012

    I used fresh shelled peas from my CSA that I blanched briefly. I really like this simple flavor combination. For the olive oil and lemon juice dressing, I used a very aromatic arbequina oil. Picture here on eGullet:

  • L.Nightshade on March 11, 2011

    This salad was so appealing to me that I couldn't wait for fresh peas to come into market, so I used frozen baby peas, blanched for a matter of seconds, then cooled. It is hardly even a recipe, just a couple handfuls of baby spinach, a couple small handfuls of peas, toss with dressing and crumble feta on top. Jamie's dressing calls for an entire teaspoon of salt, too much, I felt, with salty feta. I actually just used a basic, unsalty, balsamic dressing. A lovely easy salad, can't wait to make it again with fresh peas!

  • fprincess on October 28, 2010

    Great unexpected combination. Use fresh or high quality frozen peas.

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