Peas, Please! Top 20 Pea Recipes
Old-Fashioned Split Pea Soup: Sometimes you just want the classics, like this split pea soup Mom used to make.
English Pea Casserole: This is a casserole that is sure to become a staple in your cooking!
Peas With Halibut: Simply flavored, but the vegetables gives the dish color and substance.
Peasant-Style Chicken Primavera: This is a colorful pasta dish that will fill the largest of tummies.
Peas and Proscuitto: Prosciutto is kind of like bacon in the sense that it makes everything taste better!
Cream Peas: Simply amazing!
Creamed Peas on Toast: I remember my mom making us creamed peas on toast when we were little. This recipe surely won't disappoint!
Au Gratin Peas: This super-easy recipe is a great way to add some green to your family meal.
Bananas with Green Split Peas: This tasty side item is a popular dish in Rwanda.
Black Eyed Peas and Pomi Tomatoes Over Rice: Pomi Chopped Tomatoes are so natural. The tomatoes blend very well with the different ingredients and spices in this dish.
11. Greek Style Peas: Eating peas has never been so fun or delicious! This recipe is easy and affordable too!
Minted Snow Peas: Its delicate taste is a perfect complement for fish or poultry.
Brown Rice Bowl with Shrimp, Snow Peas, and Avocado: Serve the citrus sauce on the side or drizzle it over each bowl.
Green Peas Williamsburg: Who could imagine that peanut butter and peas could taste so good when the peanut butter is melted and warmed up with the peas.
Russ's Creamed Peas: Nothing beats this serving method for fresh green peas. This has long been a family favorite.
Peas and Artichokes: These green veggies look really nice together! You can also use frozen or canned artichokes if you can't get any fresh ones.
Green Noodles: This noodle dish is the perfect recipe to use to get your kids to eat their veggies!
Old World Salad: Crisp romaine lettuce with the creamy chick peas, sweet green peas and large black gems, the olive. Fresh, crunchy and cool!
Chinese Vegetable and Tofu Soup: This soup is loaded with Asian flavor and great for vegetarians!
Lo Mein with Tofu, Snow Peas, and Carrots: This is a quick and tasty Chinese dish of boiled noodles that are stir-fried with plenty of veggies!