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Lamb and minted pea sliders

Lamb and minted pea sliders

Like a little roast dinner in a bun, these lamb and minted pea sliders are such a fantastic idea for snacks when entertaining guests! Prepare the lamb ahead of time to make things completely fuss-free on the day.
Courgette, pea and buffalo cheese salad

Courgette, pea and buffalo cheese salad

Grilled on the barbecue is our favourite way to eat courgettes. If you want to dress them up, add some sweet peas, mint and, if you like, a little soft feta, ricotta or marinated buffalo cheese like in this recipe.
Crushed peas & poached eggs on sourdough toast

Crushed peas & poached eggs on sourdough toast

If you usually go without breakfast, this tasty savoury dish will have you converted. Not only is it delicious, it'll fuel both body and brain so you can head off into the day feeling nourished, satisfied and ready to go.
Lamb and split peas

Lamb and split peas

This dish is wonderfully flavourful – and economical as it uses shoulder lamb chops. The lamb and split peas are cooked slowly over two hours, resulting in a beautifully tender and wholesome meal.
Fish and leek pie with caper parsley peas

Fish and leek pie with caper parsley peas

This is a big family-style pie, but it can easily be pared back to suit one or two. It's a scrumptious way to add some fish to your weekly menu, and the pairing with caper parsley peas makes a well-rounded meal.
Pea, ham and sour cream spirals

Pea, ham and sour cream spirals

This no-fuss pasta is a hit with kids and can be whipped up super-quick using a handful of common ingredients in just three easy-peasy steps – just cook the pasta and peas, stir it all together and eat!
Pasta with salmon and minty pea pesto

Pasta with salmon and minty pea pesto

On the table in just 25 minutes, this pasta is a scrumptious idea for a quick dinner or lunch. Packed with delicious flakes of salmon and a zingy homemade pea pesto, it’s a simple meal that will blow your mind!
Venetian rice and peas

Venetian rice and peas

From A Year at Hotel Gondola (incidentally about a 50-year-old food writer who heads to Venice, falls in love and grapples to meet her publisher’s deadlines!), this dish is incredible – salty, sweet, soupy and pure comfort.