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Pea Recipes

Snap open some tasty pea pods for these fan-favorite pea recipes, including pea soup, pea salad and more that use both fresh and canned snow peas, black-eyed peas, green peas and sugar snap peas.

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Scott Jones of Tulsa, Oklahoma spruces up store-bought frozen cheese tortellini with peas, prosciutto and a smooth, cheesy sauce. You can't beat this side dish for speed and satisfying taste.
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Sassy Shrimp Stir-Fry

Sassy Shrimp Stir-Fry

Sassy Shrimp Stir-Fry

Red pepper flakes, ginger and garlic lend a spicy touch to this seafood stir-fry. Pea pods, carrots and Chinese cabbage give the dish a fresh taste that's more than welcomed as the season changes. -The L&T Home Economists

Crunchy Pork and Rice Salad

Crunchy Pork and Rice Salad

Crunchy Pork and Rice Salad

"Cool and refreshing"—that describes this leftovers salad pretty well! It's full of cold ingredients. Prepare it as a side dish or serve it along with homemade bread as a main course. I frequently make my salad for family luncheons. That's only appropriate—the recipe was passed down to me by my mom, who got it from her mom! I'm a full-time wife and mom (plus home-school teacher!) with five sons, who range in age from 9 to 1.

Asian Chicken Salad

Asian Chicken Salad

Asian Chicken Salad

"This satisfying salad is crunchy, nutty and sweet all at the same time," relates Barb Mickelson of Glenwood, Iowa. "To speed up preparation, I use chow mein noodles instead of fried wonton wrappers called for in the original recipe," Barb notes.
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Easy Peasy Slaw

Easy Peasy Slaw

Easy Peasy Slaw

I get tons of compliments when I bring out this slaw brightened up with peas, peanuts and poppy seed dressing. It’s fresh and colorful with a satisfying crunch. —Sue Ort, Des Moines, Iowa

Snap Pea Salad

Snap Pea Salad

Snap Pea Salad

When snap peas are in season, we can’t resist making this crunchy salad. I usually serve it cold, but it's also good warm, with the peas straight from the pot. —Jean Ecos, Hartland, Wisconsin

Vegetable Potato Salad

Vegetable Potato Salad

Vegetable Potato Salad

Growing up with a huge family of relatives, large gatherings were the norm. Mom always brought her 'famous' potato salad, and now I'm carrying on the tradition. It just wouldn't be the same without it." —James Korzenowski, Fennville, Michigan

Vegetable Salad Medley

Vegetable Salad Medley

Vegetable Salad Medley

I like to take this salad to potlucks because it feeds a lot of people, and it's so easy to make. It's best when made a day ahead so the flavors can blend.

Turkey 'n' Stuffing Pie

Turkey 'n' Stuffing Pie

Turkey 'n' Stuffing Pie

Ruth Hastings of Louisville, Illinois uses stuffing as the crust for an attractive cheese-latticed turkey pie. "Try it the day after Thanksgiving," she suggests.

Shrimp Egg Foo Yong

Shrimp Egg Foo Yong

Shrimp Egg Foo Yong

Forget the Chinese takeout! You'll have fun making this colorful, crunchy and delicious version of an Asian classic at home in just 30 minutes. —Sherri Melotik, Oak Creek, Wisconsin

Spring Pea & Radish Salad

Spring Pea & Radish Salad

Spring Pea & Radish Salad

Winters can be very long here in New Hampshire. I always look forward to the first veggies of spring and making some lighter dishes like this fresh salad. —Jolene Martinelli, Derry, New Hampshire

Hearty Baked Stew

Hearty Baked Stew

Hearty Baked Stew

My mother has been making this stew since the 1940s and prepared it for our family many times through the years. It's loaded with vegetables for wonderful flavor and pretty presentation. - Judith Wood, Fredericktown, Ohio

Hearty Chickpea Potpie

Hearty Chickpea Potpie

Hearty Chickpea Potpie

You won't miss the meat in this savory veggie potpie! The spring veggies, easy prep and impressive presentation make this a perfect addition to Easter or other family dinners. —Deanna McDonald, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Sauteed Scallops & Shrimp Pasta

Sauteed Scallops & Shrimp Pasta

Sauteed Scallops & Shrimp Pasta

I created this tempting seafood pasta for my wife. It’s a terrific meal served with crusty sourdough. If you don't like spice, skip the red pepper flakes. —George Levinthal, Goleta, California

Asian Pot Roast

Asian Pot Roast

Asian Pot Roast

I love Asian food, so this pot roast satisfies my cravings. The original recipe called for spinach, but I use sugar snap peas and carrots instead. Sometimes I serve the roast, vegetables and pineapple over rice or egg noodles. -Donna Staley Randleman, North Carolina

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Hearty Chickpea Potpie

Hearty Chickpea Potpie

Hearty Chickpea Potpie

You won't miss the meat in this savory veggie potpie! The spring veggies, easy prep and impressive presentation make this a perfect addition to Easter or other family dinners. —Deanna McDonald, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Peas Please Asian Noodles

Peas Please Asian Noodles

Peas Please Asian Noodles

My Asian-inspired pasta salad doubles up on the peas for some serious crunch and sweetness. —Catherine Cassidy, Editor, Taste of Home

Snap Pea Salad

Snap Pea Salad

Snap Pea Salad

When snap peas are in season, we can’t resist making this crunchy salad. I usually serve it cold, but it's also good warm, with the peas straight from the pot. —Jean Ecos, Hartland, Wisconsin
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