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.
Stuffed conchiglie pasta shells filled with a split green pea dal and home-made pesto, baked in a tangy tomato sauce. Totally vegan and totally flavourful! This Cook & Him
recipe is perfect for a weeknight meal.
We just couldn't believe the rise on this loaf when we saw the photo on the The Vegan Chef School's beautiful Instagram feed. Vegan Chef Day Radley has created this simple but delicious gluten-free bread using our versatile and delicious green pea flour.
Sam, Phil and Meg the dog of cookery blog The Cook and Him
are spoiling us with these Yellow Pea Fritters, made with our Organic Split Yellow Peas
and Yellow Pea Flour
. Served with grilled mushrooms and tomatoes they make the perfect savoury breakfast
- or serve with salad for a light lunch.
This simple but delicious soup recipe from Carol Kearns demonstrates just how easy it is to make a satisfying and tasty light lunch or supper with minimal ingredients. Our Split Fava Beans
are perfect for a dish like this - they don't need soaking and thicken the soup beautifully for a nutritious, filling and flavoursome dish.
This deliciously moist and light vegan ginger cake from The Cook & Him
is made with our fava bean flour
and is naturally gluten-free. Full of Christmas spices it's a perfect festive treat.
These tempting mini pies are The Cook & Him
's vegan take on a classic lemon meringue, with a fava bean flour pastry and meringue made with aquafaba.
This recipe for deliciously succulent and juicy vegan bean and beetroot burgers comes from Claire Thomson's The Art of the Larder
, one of our favourite cookbooks. While the recipe originally called for canned black beans Claire recommends using any of our canned red haricot beans, whole fava beans or even carlin peas - and either flaked quinoa or naked barley flakes substitute well for the rolled oats.
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.