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Chickpeas are garden peas are coated with a spicy dressing and served chilled.
Full of green peas, beans and herbs - this salad is packed with energy and tastes fabulous!
Sugarsnap peas, with their full flavour and crisp texture, work well with baby spinach leaves and a little peppery rocket to provide the salad base for tangy feta cheese and sweet black grapes. Serve this quickly prepared lunch dish with thick slices of warm country-style bread or pitta bread.
Spinach and peas are accented with fresh mint and lemon juice in this simple, fresh-tasting late spring or summer salad which goes particularly well with lamb.
A quick and easy salad, which is perfect for summer barbecues. Peas are tossed with diced beetroots, onion and salad cream. It's crunchy, light and tangy all at the same time.
Full of crisp crunchy vegetables, lean ham and plenty of fresh herbs, this wholesome rice salad is substantial enough to serve as a main meal on its own. It makes a refreshing and tasty dish, ideal for eating al fresco in the garden or packing for a picnic on a hot summer's day.
A simple, fresh salad that comes together in less than 5 minutes. The perfect complement to almost any dish.
Great for summertime picnics and lunches. You can use any pasta you like - it just looks nice with fusilli or penne. The hot pepper sauce kicks it up a notch.
Warm salads are all the rage, and this gorgeous and unusual warm salad complements the sweetness of beetroots and peas with salty bacon, savoury feta cheese and the leafy crunch of red Swiss chard. This salad also easily lends itself to other seasonal veg like asparagus, courgettes and green beans. Beautiful melding of flavours and textures.
Two different types of peas, along with radishes and a dill vinaigrette, give this grain salad a fresh summer flavour. Use fresh peas if you have them! If you can't find wheatberries, try making this salad with farro or pearled spelt instead.