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.
Finished with an exuberant tarka of onion and cherry tomatoes, this simple but delicious vegan dal from The Cook and Him
makes a sustaining meal.
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.
Split yellow peas
make a wonderfully satisfying dal, prepared in much the same way as the classic chana dal (made with split chickpeas) of India. The peas give a smoother texture than chickpeas but it’s possible to keep a bit of the firmer texture, if preferred, if you keep an eye.
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.
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.