5 Ingredients or Fewer

Parmesan Pea Pasta Salad

June 30, 2016
1 Rating
Photo by Karrie / Tasty Ever After
Author Notes

See the full recipe here: https://www.tastyeverafter.com/parmesan-pea-pasta-salad/ —Karrie / Tasty Ever After

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Parmesan Pea Pasta Salad
  • Prep time 5 minutes
  • Cook time 10 minutes
  • Serves 6-8 servings
Ingredients
  • 1 1/2 cups green peas, fresh or frozen
In This Recipe
Directions
  1. store in the refrigerator until ready to serve

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  • Karrie / Tasty Ever After
    Karrie / Tasty Ever After
  • Jennifer Armstrong Werner
    Jennifer Armstrong Werner
  • Lorraine Sraybash
    Lorraine Sraybash
  • Randi Conley
    Randi Conley

11 Reviews

Randi C. May 13, 2020
Where is the recipe? The recipe links do not work, only redirect to the video.
 
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Karrie /. June 5, 2020
Hi Randi, I've asked Food 52 to remove my recipes from their site years ago and they haven't, so I removed them myself. A link above is provided to the recipe directly and you can copy and paste it in a new browser to see the recipe in full.
 
Sarah May 29, 2019
Just for the record, the recipe calls for four ingredients: pasta, peas, parmesan and mayo. The video only shows the first three ingredients, though the finished plate in the video clearly has mayo. So "watch and learn" is a fraud in this case.
 
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Karrie /. May 29, 2019
WHOA Sarah!!! Fraud?? Never thought I'd see that in a review for a recipe of mine. lol! Honestly, I don't know anything about a video for this unbelievably easy pasta salad recipe because I didn't make one. Maybe Food52 made a quickie video on it and, if they did, leaving out the fourth ingredient of mayo was probably just a mistake and not fraudulent in any way. Let me know what you think of the salad when you make it :)
 
Sarah May 29, 2019
"Fraud" may be a bit strong, I grant you. And the recipe sounds good. But the way it is set up on the Food52 email, you can only access the recipe itself through the video. In fact you have to launch the video and then there's a link, in the small print, to the actual recipe. You really have to work hard to see the recipe. I only clicked on the link after viewing the video twice and wondering what was wrong. I would hazard that most people would go no further than what appears to be an easy 3-ingredient pasta dish--so easy who needs to look at the actual recipe?--and then wonder why their dish didn't work out as advertised. With no disrespect to your actual dish, I suggest Food52 re-issue the email with the recipe and without the video.
 
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Karrie /. May 29, 2019
Thanks so much for letting me know more about this Sarah and it's extremely disappointing to hear how hard it was for you to find the full recipe. I'm going to contact Food52 directly about this so they can correct it ASAP, but still not sure where the video is being shown. Did you receive the video in an email?
 
Jennifer A. May 13, 2020
I saw it on Facebook
 
Lorraine S. May 13, 2020
1 cup mayo and 1/2 cup parm were added about 25 secs. in....
 
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Karrie /. June 5, 2020
Thanks Jennifer and I'll have to search for the recipe video on FB. I never approved a video for this recipe and am so sad Food 52 might not have represented the recipe well.
 
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Karrie /. June 5, 2020
Thanks Jennifer and I'll have to search for the recipe video on FB. I never approved a video for this recipe and am so sad Food 52 might not have represented the recipe well.
 
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Karrie /. June 5, 2020
Thanks for the info Lorraine!