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Vegetables - Easiest Pea Salad Ever Post by :digihelen Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :March 2012 Read :1271

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Vegetables - Easiest Pea Salad Ever

2 (about 15 oz.) tins corn kernals - drained
2 (about 15 oz.) tins peas -(petit pois) - drained
Mayonaise, to taste


Place drained beetroot salad in glass dish. Spread corn over. Cover with peas.

Spread mayo over peas and cover. Place in fridge and serve when cold.
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