Yellow Pea Hummus

Yellow Pea Hummus

by Josiah Meldrum June 09, 2022

Strictly speaking hummus means chickpea but similar dips can be made from any pulse, each with their own distinctive flavour and texture. We make this in large quantities and use liberally as more than just a dip. Like any other hummus this is delicious as a pasta sauce, added to roast potatoes, as an alternative to white sauce in lasagne or moussaka, to thicken soups, cooked in a pie and more!

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Flamingo Pea Cretan Fava

Flamingo Pea Cretan Fava

by Helena Barlow June 24, 2020 2 Comments

Helena Barlow kindly gave us this recipe for traditional Greek fava, it's made with our Flamingo Peas instead of the more usual split yellow peas or grass peas and they give it a sweetness, a beautiful warm colour and a creamy texture.

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Beetroot hummus with roasted lemon chickpeas

Beetroot hummus with roasted lemon chickpeas

by Helena Barlow June 24, 2020

When Helena Barlow posted this pink humumus recipe on instagram it certainly caught our attention! Made with our creamy, quick to cook Norfolk Chickpeas it tastes as amazing as it looks.

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Black tahini, miso & kimchi hummus

Black tahini, miso & kimchi hummus

by @hallefaraj May 14, 2020 1 Comment

We were blown away when we saw this amazing black hummus posted on Instagram by @hallefaraj and we're thrilled that she's happy for us to share it here.

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Caramelised Onion Ful Nabed with Smoked Quinoa Crackers

Caramelised Onion Ful Nabed with Smoked Quinoa Crackers

by The Cook and Him August 02, 2019

Food bloggers The Cook and Him created this wonderfully creamy ful nabed (just like hummus but made with ful or fava beans, not chickpeas) garnished with caramelised onion and accompanied with deliciously smoky quinoa and pea flour crackers.

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Fava Santorini made with Yellow Split Peas

Fava Santorini made with Yellow Split Peas

by Nick Saltmarsh May 15, 2017 1 Comment

Despite the name this dish from the Greek island of Santorini is made not with fava beans but with split yellow peas - or more traditionally with an entirely different species of pulse, Lathyrus clymenum.

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Moroccan Bessara: a Fava Bean Soup or Dip

Moroccan Bessara: a Fava Bean Soup or Dip

by Josiah Meldrum September 09, 2015 1 Comment

In Morocco Split Dried Fava Beans are used as the main ingredient of bessara, a spiced dish that can be served as a dip much like houmous or as a soup.

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English Pease Pudding - made with Split Yellow Peas

English Pease Pudding - made with Split Yellow Peas

by Josiah Meldrum May 06, 2015 5 Comments

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.

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Ful Nabed - or Very Quick Fava Bean

Ful Nabed - or Very Quick Fava Bean "Hummus"

by Nick Saltmarsh April 06, 2015 7 Comments

It's not strictly hummus - which literally means chickpeas - but this quick, easy and delicious ful nabed dip makes a great alternative. Made with Split Fava Beans with no need to soak, it can be cooked from scratch in 30 to 40 minutes. Best served warm!

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