The Dressing Room Quinoa Salad

The Dressing Room Quinoa Salad

by Nick Saltmarsh April 12, 2015

We were delighted when Patrick Campbell of pop-up restaurant The Dressing Room asked if they could use our British-grown pulses and quinoa. This is the amazing salad they created with our British Quinoa.

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Rustic Black Badger Carlin Pea Salad

Rustic Black Badger Carlin Pea Salad

by Lizzy Hughes April 10, 2015

Lizzy Hughes of the Our Lizzy vegetarian cookery school in Malvern, Worcestershire sent us this mouth-watering recipe for a spicy and colourful summer salad of our "Black Badger" Carlin Peas.

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Egyptian Falafels or Ta’amia - made with Split Fava Beans

Egyptian Falafels (or Ta’amia) - made with Split Fava Beans

by Nick Saltmarsh April 06, 2015 12 Comments

Surprisingly easy to cook from scratch, this traditional Egyptian dish, made with Split Fava Beans, is delicious as a snack or meze.

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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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Salad of Quinoa, Olives and Slow-Roasted Tomato

Salad of Quinoa, Olives and Slow-Roasted Tomato

by Geraldine Holt April 01, 2015

Esteemed food and cookery writer Geraldene Holt devised this recipe for an aromatic Mediterranean-inspired salad of Hodmedod’s British Quinoa.

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Whole Pea Masala

Whole Pea Masala

by Josiah Meldrum March 02, 2015

Remaining firm when cooked, Hodmedod's British-grown Whole Yellow and Blue Peas have a texture and delicate sweet flavour that is ideal in South Asian cookery.

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Sicilian Maccu: Whole Fava Bean Soup

Sicilian Maccu: Whole Fava Bean Soup

by Nick Saltmarsh March 19, 2013 2 Comments

This rich whole fava bean soup is said to have been eaten in almost every Sicilian home since Roman times. It's delicious as a soup but can also be left to set and cut into slices and fried.

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Gujarati Vaal Dhal - made with Split Fava Beans

Gujarati Vaal Dhal - made with Split Fava Beans

by Josiah Meldrum December 01, 2012 2 Comments

Inspired by the cuisine of the Gujarat region of India, this dhal is made with Split Fava Beans, a common substitute for the more traditional local hyacinth beans.

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