Fresh peas are the star of these healthy and tasty recipes.
Peas are lovely additions to salads, stir-fries, pizzas, soups, and more. Use snow, snap, and shelling peas in a variety of
tasty dishes that will have every member of your family asking you to "Pass the peas, please!"
First up is Lemony Snap Peas. Sugar snap peas are a spring favorite and can be eaten whole, pod and all. Harvest when the pods are tender and the peas are still tiny. This recipe makes the most of the peas’ natural sugars. Cook for just a blink in boiling water, and serve with this citrusy Dijon dressing.
View Recipe: Lemony Snap Peas
Nothing denotes spring better than freshly shelled green peas. Sweet, crisp, and light years different from anything in the
frozen food aisle, shelled English peas are a garden treasure to behold. If you can avoid eating them all on the spot in your
garden, try this extremely fresh, bright, light gazpacho.
View Recipe: Fresh Pea and Garlic Gazpacho
For an easy side that's ready in less than 15 minutes, try this pea and pepper combination. Only 3 ingredients are needed
to enhance the fresh flavors of snow peas and red bell pepper.
View Recipe: Sautéed Snow Peas and Peppers
If you can find them, use shelled fresh English peas instead of frozen.
View Recipe: Spring Vegetable Penne with Lemon-Cream Sauce
Farmed mussels are a sustainable choice. If you can't find fresh peas, use frozen.
View Recipe: Mussels with Peas and Mint
Hit up the farmers' market for the freshest spring veggies. You can also try the dish with shrimp, salmon, or pork in place
View Recipe: Spring Garden Salad with Chicken and Champagne Vinaigrette
Get a jump on the season with reliable freezer staples—artichokes and english peas—and turn out a supersimple, delicious,
View Recipe: Artichoke and Pea Sauté
This dish gives you that delicious seared, slightly smoky taste that you enjoy in a good Chinese restaurant but are the results
from your own wok.
View Recipe: Veggie and Tofu Stir-Fry
Sometimes you just want pure, homey comfort. Our version hits all the flaky, creamy, potato-rich notes of the classic but
is much lighter in calories and sodium.
View Recipe: Old Fashioned Chicken Potpie
Crisp sugar snap peas, radishes, and shallots combine for a beautiful side salad and an interesting twist on slaw.
View Recipe: Barbecue Salmon and Snap Pea Slaw