We set The Cook & Him
a challenge with this one, but the vegan lasagne they created is the perfect marriage for our British-grown Whole Olive Lentils
and fermented Fava Bean Umami Paste
. Packed with flavour, it can be made ahead of time, perfect for feeding a crowd or batch cooking for midweek dinners.
In this high days and holidays dal from Northern India, enriched with butter and cream, Jenny Chandler
substitutes British whole lentils
and red haricot beans
for the traditional black urad dal and red kidney beans. As Jenny says, "the result is just heaven", perfect as a stand alone main dish with a little rice or a flatbread alongside or great as a player in an indulgent spread.
This vegan fava bean biryani is surprisingly easy to make but served from the cooking pot it provides an impressive, delicious and hearty centrepiece for a Kashmiri feast - or makes a satisfying meal in itself.
Naked Barley Flakes
make perfect porridge - just substitute them for rolled oats in your favourite porridge recipe. For an extra boost of flavour and nutrition, why not add a couple of tablespoons of our British chia seeds to your porridge?
Here's our simple porridge recipe…
Whole Fava Beans
have a real affinity with the earthy flavours in this rich casserole that’s the perfect antidote to cold dark winter days. This hearty and warming dish was created by Carol Kearns, our illustrator and author of The Art of Baking
Looking for a delicious but simple vegetarian option to serve for Christmas lunch? This festive recipe fits the bill perfectly! Made with Hodmedod’s British-grown Split Dried Fava Beans
, this seasonal recipe comes from Carol Kearns, who does the beautiful illustrations for our packaging and also publishes recipes on her food blog The Art of Baking
Perfect for winter evenings, this delicious seasonal recipe makes use of squash and Hodmedod’s canned Red Haricot Beans
and Carlin Peas
. Developed by Carol Kearns, who not only creates the lovely illustrations for our packaging but also publishes recipes on her blog The Art of Baking
it’s easy to make and wonderfully warming.
When we discovered food writer Aine Carlin we couldn't resist sending her some of our carlin peas
. She was delighted to find she shared her name with a pea (after all, her blog is called PeaSoup
!) and quickly put our gift to good use
Pease pudding hot, pease pudding cold... Still much loved and eaten in the North East pease pudding is sadly overlooked elsewhere but is an easy and satisfying dish to make with Split Yellow Peas.
Hodmedod's version of the classic Egyptian ful medames, which went down very well at the Aldeburgh Food Festival in 2012 when we offered samples to show off the potential of British-grown Whole Fava Beans.