Which up this black eyed pea salad the next time you are invited to a backyard BBQ and show up with a bottle of Beaujolais wine too. It’s the perfect summer pair.
Loaded with fresh mint, spring peas and your usual pesto ingredeints, this recipe has all the flavors of the season.
This chilled pea soup is so simple and clean tasting. Pancetta, croutons, raw peas and creme fraiche are the perfect toppings to compliment this soup.
Serve this bright-tasting pasta dish tossed with a peppery watercress pesto made with lemon and spring peas.
If you love a good dish of collard greens with black-eyed peas in the winter, then why not try those same flavors in croquette form?
Spice up your classic hummus recipe with new vegetables, like peas, and other flavorful additions.
A simple cilantro salad with crunchy snap peas, peanuts, and fried shallots is a delicious bite on its own, but would also be a great topping to sticky rice, fish, or noodles.
Creamy Burrata with Minty Pea Pesto is a melange of textures, flavors and colors. Once you cut into the creamy interior of the cheese, you’ll be mesmerized.
Made with a soft Italian cheese and tried Sicilian tomatoes, these savory pea and egg cakes are a perfect spring appetizer.
The sweet pea and ricotta spread on this crostini contrast perfectly with the salty, crisp prosciutto.
These puff pastry tartlets taste just like spring with fresh peas, spring onions, herbs, and creamy goat cheese.
Sweet Pea Gnocchi is light in texture, but full of flavor. The Tarragon Pea Cream sauce enhances the fresh flavor of the peas. It’s one last taste of spring.
What could be better than fried ricotta? The creamy, rich fritters are served over zucchini noodles with lemon and pea pesto to brighten things up.
Take advantage of spring’s bounty and make a bread appetizer with a mashed pea spread.
Pea and Spinach Pesto Pasta proves that being a simple dish doesn’t mean you lack any pizzazz. Fresh garden flavors are the star in this dish.
Perfectly seared scallops with a zesty chili lime butter and a creamy pea puree is an easy dish that is sure to impress.
Colorful, zesty, as a side or with chips, this black eyed pea salad is quite the versatile stunner.
A vibrant black-eyed salad with peaches, lime juice, roasted pecans, and jalapeño is a flavorful way to celebrate summer.
The perfect soup for the summer season. Fresh and healthy, ideal for a cozy dinner at home.
Sweet mango, mint, and pea salad with watercress make for a sublime dish in a beautiful dressing. A great way to show off your garden’s herbs!
Fresh, sweet peas combined with luxurious fat grains of rice makes for an exceptional spring dish, with just enough heartiness if the weather isn’t consistently warm yet.
A true spring meal, with refreshing trout, a rich truffle and pea sauce plus plenty of potatoes to mop it all up.
Roasted asparagus and radishes with a mint-pea pesto is a beautiful way to highlight spring produce. This simple side dish is sure to impress.
A bowl of spring goodness doused in a lemon-dill vinaigrette and finished with avocado. Roasted sweet potatoes add rich flavor to the fresh flavors.
Reminiscent of a mattar paneer, these mini stuffed peppers are a delicious two-bite appetizer. Enjoy them warm out of the oven.
A cool pasta salad studded with green peas and flavorful wasabi rocket. Halloumi cheese add a great crispy texture and salty accent the the summer salad.
Serve with tortilla chips or on lettuce. This salsa is the perfect warm weather welcome. Grab margaritas and edamame salsa and you’re ready for a party.
Garlicky, pea hummus with avocado and sprouts is creamy, salty and perfect for a quick lunch.
This mildly spiced mixture of cabbage and peas gets a rich texture and taste from the addition of fresh coconut and poppy seeds.
These creamy yet crunchy little bites of goodness sits like a king of the mountain on a salad or over rice.
This lamb meal is satisfying, hearty and perfect for the winter season.
This green risotto could be overlooked as a simple vegetarian risotto option, but believe it, the fresh peas just love parmesan and butter.
Vegetable fritters are a great way of serving vegetables to those who are not particularly fond of it. They’re also a great way to use lunch leftovers.