When you come off the moor, drenched and cold and not a little cross - 'cause the calendar says late May and you figure there should be WARM SUNSHINE - I reckon what you need is comfort food with a good dose of summeriness thrown in. This fit the bill perfectly.
I began by sauteeing some leeks (I used three small/medium ones but quantities are easy). Avocado oil is my oil of choice for high heat cooking, but use whatever you prefer. When the leeks were nicely soft, I scattered in a handful of petit pois that were as frozen as I was and left the poor things to warm through. While they were getting all toasty, I broke three eggs into a bowl and mixed them gently with a fork - just as you would if you were planning an omelette. Once the peas' cheeks were glowing, I seasoned everything well and added some finely chopped fresh mint leaves (are you getting the summer vibe now?). Next, I tipped in the eggs (here's the comfort bit) and kept stirring in a scrambled eggs kind of way. Then dolloped the whole lovely mess onto a pretty plate....garnished it liberally with lots of fresh parsley....and decorated the entire thing with some tiny heirloom cherry tomatoes. Just 'cause they looked so cute (read that as - 'not strictly necessary').
It totally hit the spot. Even brought the sun sneaking out from behind the clouds. And you can't ask more from a recipe than that.