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Posted by on Apr 7, 2014 in Cooking recipe, Peas, Uncategorized, Vegetables | 6 comments

17 Perfect Pea Recipes

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Spring time is here!

I don’t know about you, but spring time for me always means that most of my meals focus on two different vegetables: Asparagus and Peas. However, I always struggle coming up with fun meals that use these two veggies. I go crazy if I eat the same foods in the same way.  

This year is different. I am determined to eat Asparagus and Peas in a variety of fun, healthy recipes. I already wrote a post with 17 healthy Asparagus recipes. Now it’s time for Peas! These are all meals that use Sugar Snap Peas, Snow Peas, or some kind of variety of Pea pods. This does NOT include Chickpeas, Black-eyed Peas, etc. Those will be in a future post, I promise. 

One of the best ways to get fresh peas, of course, is to grow your own. Click here to see my post on How to Grow Peas. Peas are a delight in the garden; they are one of the first vegetables you can start eating and they are pretty easy to grow! I hope you give them a try in your gardens this year! 

17 Healthy and Perfect Pea Recipes

I worked hard to come up with pea recipes that were healthy and also gave me a variety of options. I refuse to eat simple steamed peas again. There is too much creativity in the world for plain, steamed peas! Here are the 17 healthy and perfect pea recipes that I found. Please feel free to comment below if you have another one. I might just add it!

*Simple Side Dishes*

 1. Spiced Peas and Carrots by Revived Kitchen

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2. Buttery Minty Peas by Real Food Whole Health

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3. Sugar Snap Peas in Lemon Butter Sauce by Whole Lifestyle Nutrition

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*Soups and Salads*

4. Green Pea Soup by Grok Grub

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5. Split Pea Soup with Ham by The Nourishing Cook

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6. Split Pea Soup with Bacon by Yogi Mami

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7. Hip Pea Power Bowl by Carla Golden Wellness

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8. Sugar Snap Pea and Fennel Salad by Gourmande in the Kitchen

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*Breakfast Recipes*

9. Cream Cheese and Sweet Pea Omelet by Life By Jeanie

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10. Chervil, Pea, and Feta Quiche by The Homestead Garden

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11. Pea and Goat Cheese Tart by Gourmande in the Kitchen

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*Rice and Risotto*

12. Saffron Rice with Peas by The Nourishing Home

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13. English Pea Brown Rice Risotto by Veggie Converter

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14. Mushroom Risotto with Leeks and Sweet Peas by Tasty Yummies

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*Main Meals*

15. Chinese Beef Broccoli and Snow Peas by Good Food Eating

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16. Baked Spicy Shrimp and Sugar Snap Peas by Meatified

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17. Gobi Matar at Thank Your Body

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Which Pea Recipe are YOU going to try first?!

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By Cris Daining

6 Comments

  1. Thanks for the shout-out on my Saffron Rice with Peas recipe. What a wonderful collection of pea recipes you’ve shared here. yum!

    • Thanks! I have your Rice dish on my meal plan for the week. It looks amazing! :)

  2. Hi Cris, thanks for sharing one of my recipes. There are definitely some delicious things to try in this list and it will be a great resource for many people.

    I’ll pin your post as well :)

    • Thanks! I love your website! You have some amazing stuff there. :)

  3. Thank you for featuring my Hip Pea Power Bowl, Cris! Everyone I know who has tried it, loves it! It’s my go-to dinner several times a week and every time I’m amazed by how good and easy it is.

    Easy peasy! :o)

    • I look forward to trying it out! Thanks for a great post! :)

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