Jun 14, 2010 Tagliatelle with Peas The Hazan family loves fresh peas, and one of their favorite ways to prepare the vegetable is this luscious pasta dish, in which egg tagliatelle are infused with the peas' sweet flavor. By Giuliano and Lael HazanSource: Giuliano Hazan Main Course Side Dish Pasta Vegetables Italian Spring Summer Easy Recipes 3 Reviews 4.3 4.333335 Save Recipe Print Email Enlarge Credit: Giuliano Hazan Get the Recipe from Giuliano Hazan Save Recipe Print Email More from Saveur.com Hearty Pasta Sauces Ricotta Recipes Classic French Recipes Main Course Salads Fruit Compotes, Jams & Preserves Related Links Recipes Brown Butter Pasta Truffled Gnocchi with Peas and Chanterelles Fresh Peas with Prosciutto Risi e Bisi (Venetian-Style Rice and Peas) Peas and Lettuce Spring Peas and Pearl Onions Articles Sweet Peas Ratings & Reviews (3) 3by ALBGARDIS on 2011-01-28 I made it last night with frozen peas, and the result was just OK, not great. I used pasta of outstanding quality (Mezzi Paccheri by Faella), so the pasta is not to blame. It is made with great care in a village outside of Naples by artisans, so that is not the source of the non-performance. What went wrong that this dish was not as great as I thought it would be? Can the frozen peas really make such a big difference? The aroma of the finished dish was carried by the ground pepper I had used, and the peas' own peppery flavour complimented that well. But there was no sweetness at all. I will try it again in June or July, I think it does deserve a second chance. 5by swg126 on 2011-04-03 I used fresh peas- all I am saying is...give peas a chance ;-) 5by foodietwoshoes on 2011-05-27 I tried this yesterday with peas freshly popped from the pods; used egg fettucine (only thing I could find at my Shanghai supermarket) from a company called Divella. It was sensational in a refreshingly simple way. Must make it again before the spring peas are gone. Your Comments Please log in to leave a comment. Not a member yet? Sign up here. User Name * Password * Forgot your user name or password?