Friday, July 10, 2015

Peas In Spicy White Sauce

A delicious treat for you :)

It was an impromptu plan to make something creamy and tasty, so called up my bread store and called for a French loaf. Then called up my local veggie seller and asked for Corn or Mushrooms, it was evening and by that time, he usually runs out of his supplies. So then surveyed my fridge and found Peas. Was wondering how will it taste in White Sauce and with that that question in my mind, I started preparing my dish. While preparing the regular white sauce, I thought of giving it a spicy twist with Jamaican Jerk Seasoning. The outcome of both Peas and Jamaican Jerk Seasoning in White Sauce combination was Fantabulous. It was so good I could even take pictures properly, was all wiped out by my family, lol ;) But I managed to take a picture of my serving but you know what even I was so tempted to eat that I could not really care enough to garnish and all, just took a picture and gobbled down my dish ;)

Now let me tell you how I made this, as usual it is absolutely simple to make like all my recipes :)
So here we go!


1 tbsp Butter
1 tbsp Maida or Refined Flour
1 glass of Milk
1 glass of Hot Water
Salt to taste
1 tsp Oregano
1/2 tbsp Jamaican Jerk Seasoning
1/2 tsp Paprika Powder
1/2 tsp Black Pepper Powder
1 tsp Sugar


Heat butter in a pan and add maida.
Cook it on a slow flame till it turns little pinkish in color.
Switch off the flame and add milk. If there are lumps, then add hot water as per required.
Start the flame on high mode and give it a boil.
Then reduce the flame and add salt, oregano, Jamaican Jerk seasoning and paprika powder. Mix it well. Add sugar and mix well.
Add boiled peas. (Remember when you boil peas, add salt in it too).
Cook till the sauce turns thick but be careful it should not turn very thick. Cook just till it reaches the right consistency.

Roast sliced pieces of French loaf.

On a serving plate, place the slices of bread and pour the sauce over it.

Serve hot and Eat Warm :)

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