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Ways to Cook With Carlins

Ways to Cook With Carlins

by Nick Saltmarsh May 12, 2016

We're continually amazed at the wonderful things people do with our Organic Carlin Peas and have collected these superb dishes from Instagram. In no particular order...
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Having battled one shitty cold already this autumn I’m determined to keep myself charged with loads of vitamin C and other good things. This salad definitely fits the bill: roast beetroot with thyme, orange, radicchio, almonds, extra virgin olive oil and then, for a protein hit filled with fabulous fibre, the Black Badger peas (aka Carlin Peas). You can buy the peas in tins or dried to cook from scratch (from @hodmedods), one of my all time favourite pulses, British too. The peas keep you feeling full and satisfied for hours, also great for feeding your gut bacteria.......basically win, win, win. And if you’ re after some Pulse inspiration I’m running a class on the very subject October 25th @harborne_food_school - do check it out. . . . . . . #wintersalad #fightthelurghy #vitaminhit #healthysalad #goodforthegut #happenstobevegan #lessismore #vegan #lovepulses #carlinpeas #blackbadgerpeas #radicchio #simplesalad #eatmoreveg #reducitarian #eatingpulses #queenofbeans #lovepeas #britishpeas #britishpulses #lessmeatmoreveg #5aday

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Butternut Squash & Carlin Peas Curry! It's #nationalcurryweek, a week dear to our hearts! 💚 This super warming and delicious curry is made with seasonal squash and local Carlin Peas. What are Carlin Peas? Well they're a bit like chickpeas, but native to the UK. The awesome folks at @hodmedods have brought back this underrated pea and it is just perfect in a curry. In Lancashire it's also traditional to serve them at Bonfire night parched peas, cooked with salt and a little vinegar. We like them wherever you would use chickpeas. 💚 The recipe for this curry is #ontheblog. Search curry. (Link in profile! ☝️) . . . . . . . .. . . . #londonvegan #plantbased #feedfeed #veganfam #instavegan #veganfoodporn #vegancooking #veganfoodlovers #veganideas #veganfoodshare #veganrecipes #veganfortheplanet #veganrecipeshare #veganfoodblog #vegansnacks #veganphotographer #vegancurry #carlinpeas #squash #curryweek #veganbowlfood

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