A popular dip from Middle East made with Chef Vicky Ratnani's inventive twist. This one is made with green peas, tahini paste, olives, mustard and lemon juice.
Go green with this light and lovely serving of pea soup. Goes best with a dollop of fresh cream!
A healthy dish often made in karnataka is loaded with the richness of carrot, cauliflower, green peas and potatoes along with other veggies, served best with pooris and rava idli.
Packed between breads slices is a zingy mix of mashed potatoes, peas, spices, curry leaves and lime.
A beautiful fish fillet coated in a beer based batter, deep fried till golden. Served with a smooth pea puree and potato salad.
Delicious vegetarian kebabs made with spinach and peas. Minimal oil used to pan fry these green beauties.
A great contrast of flavors. Sharper outside and sweet inside. Balance the flavors with a tangy pea tikki stuffed with a sweet khoya and date filling.
Rotelle are a type of pasta resembling wheels with spokes. A delightful pasta recipe with the goodness of asparagus, cherry tomatoes, peas and broccoli.
A light and healthy soup with the goodness of peas, hint of mint and the creaminess of sour cream.
Peas tossed with the distinctive flavors of butter, garlic, asafetida, coriander and chilli powder.
'I'm sure I plant autumn peas and broad beans to satisfy my yearning for green growth in winter'Although I love the end result, I'm sure I plant autumn peas and broad beans to satisfy my yearning for green growth in winter; their tiny shoots symbolise the promise of spring and beyond.From now until...
Revolutionize your health with the power of green foods. Green foods are packed with nutrients and are an extremely important part of our diet. They are the healthiest and most filling choices one can make. There are numerous options to choose from, and they can easily be incorporated into meals. So...
Fresh peas are wonderful in soups and salads, but nothing quite beats shelling them and popping them straight in...The peas are winding their way up their rusty frames, tied here and there with garden twine, and doing well in this season's mixed weather. I plant them not for a crop, to be self-suffi...
Peas are at their freshest in early summer, and there's only one way to eat this squeaky staple: freshly podded and by the handful.Processed food companies have a well-rehearsed sales script aimed at convincing us that frozen peas are better than fresh. Nice try, but on taste grounds they can't beat...