Zingy Carlin Peas & Seasonal Greens

Zingy Carlin Peas & Seasonal Greens

by Jenny Chandler January 07, 2024

Dried peas aren't just about hearty, hefty, traditional dishes, as Jenny Chandler shows in this fresh, light and vibrant dish. You can use any seasonal greens here - sprout tops are particularly good, but savoy cabbage, spring greens or kale would work well too. Be generous with the garlic, ginger and chilli, this recipe is designed to zing.

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Winter Salad with Pea and Beetroot Purée

Winter Salad with Pea and Beetroot Purée

by Jenny Chandler December 22, 2023

In this recipe, Jenny Chandler has created a versatile pea and beetroot puree using our flamingo peas, which could accompany a number of dishes, adding vibrant colour and earthy flavours.

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Mushy Pea, Parsnip & Potato Cakes

Mushy Pea, Parsnip & Potato Cakes

by The Cook and Him November 27, 2023

These pea, parsnip and potato cakes from The Cook and Him are great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Marrowfat peas are best known as the traditional pea for making mushy peas though they're also fantastic in soups, dips and casseroles.

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Carlin Pea & Chanterelle Ragout

Carlin Pea & Chanterelle Ragout

by Leanne Townsend October 10, 2023

Forager Leanne Townsend uses Bold Bean Co's jarred carlin peas in their stock to create this comforting autumn ragout, topped with chanterelles - or oyster mushrooms - to complement the earthy, nutty flavours of carlin peas.

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Julie's Apple Shred Buddha Bowl

Julie's Apple Shred Buddha Bowl

by Julie Bailey September 27, 2023

Apple shreds make an excellent addition to a salad or Buddha bowl, their vibrant colour and sweet taste balancing well with savoury elements. Julie, of Apple Natural, made this a beautiful bowl for our visit on a very hot summer's day. We combined elements from our gardens with Julie's apple shreds and locally sourced vegetables.

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Baked Beans with Flamingo & Yellow Peas

Baked Beans with Flamingo & Yellow Peas

by James Taylor September 14, 2023

Chef James Taylor is on a mission to get pulses into school meals, using Hodmedod's beans, peas, lentils and chickpeas all this term as part of special Pulses Days in primary schools. Here's his recipe for baked "beans" made with pink and yellow peas from British farms instead of the usual navy beans (mostly from the US and Canada).

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Savoury Scones, Vegan & Gluten-free

Savoury Scones, Vegan & Gluten-free

by The Cook and Him July 18, 2023

The Cook & Him's savoury scones are both vegan and gluten-free, making great use of our green pea flour, with its pale green hue and subtle pea flavour.

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Crispy Flamingo & Blue Peas with Labneh & Lemon Oil

Crispy Flamingo & Blue Peas with Labneh & Lemon Oil

by Sam Hamrebtan July 09, 2023

This recipe is perfect for a summer starter, a nibble with drinks or BBQ side dish. The crispy peas are packed with protein and paired with anti-inflammatory spices and herbs.

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Coriander & Mustard Seed Crepes

Coriander & Mustard Seed Crepes

by Sam Hamrebtan June 29, 2023

This twist on traditional crêpes is made with yellow pea and fava bean flour, making it a great source of plant-based protein and gluten-free too. Created by the talented nutritionist, cook, grower and food presenter Sam Hamrebtan.

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Pea & Bean Dhebra

Pea & Bean Dhebra

by Sam Hamrebtan June 21, 2023

Inspired by traditional Gujarati dhebra, a bread typically made with millet flour, this delicious and nutritious recipe from Sam Hamrebtan uses our yellow pea and fava bean flour, milled from British-grown pulses.

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Carrot and Smoked Quinoa Kibbeh

Carrot and Smoked Quinoa Kibbeh

by Rachel Steeds May 05, 2023

Rachel Steeds of plant-based kitchen Greenhouse has created this wonderful vegan twist on the Middle Eastern classic Kibbeh. Typically made with bulgur wheat and meat, Rachel's version combines pulses, smoked quinoa, carrots and spices for a flavour-packed dish.

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Green Pea Falafel

Green Pea Falafel

by Julius Fiedler May 04, 2023

It's liberating to realise that culinary classics like falafel can be made not just with chickpeas or fava beans, but in fact with most legumes. After all, most traditional dishes have come from a place of necessity and availability, making use of what’s around but applying culinary wisdom that can be found in other parts of the world too. Here, Julius Fiedler of Baking Hermann, brings falafel to the UK with this recipe using British-grown split green peas.

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