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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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You'll please everyone in the family with this inviting and filling dish. It tastes like a chicken potpie topped with Tater Tots. —Fran Allen, St Louis, Missouri
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Spicy Coconut Shrimp with Quinoa

Spicy Coconut Shrimp with Quinoa

Spicy Coconut Shrimp with Quinoa

Help yourself to a plate full—generous servings are still lower on calories and big on protein. If you have company, you can add a salad and call it a day. —Keri Whitney, Castro Valley, CA

Tangy Baked Seven Beans

Tangy Baked Seven Beans

Tangy Baked Seven Beans

Everyone needs a go-to side dish for school events, picnics and potlucks. Here's mine. Freeze leftovers for future outings. —Rod Lundwall, Tooele, Utah

Ham and Pea Pasta Alfredo

Ham and Pea Pasta Alfredo

Ham and Pea Pasta Alfredo

When I want a filling meal that even the kids enjoy, I toss ham and sugar snap peas with Romano cream sauce and pasta. —CR Monachino, Kenmore, New York

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Zesty Succotash

Zesty Succotash

Zesty Succotash

This dish is fun to serve because it's so colorful. The combination of vegetables offers a nice texture contrast, too.

Water Chestnut Pea Salad

Water Chestnut Pea Salad

Water Chestnut Pea Salad

A local restaurant serves a pea salad that everyone raves over, so I came up with a similar version my family likes even better. My husband requests the well-dressed crunchy combination often during the summer. At 70¢ a serving, it doesn't cost a lot to make this chilled vegetable side dish. —Maree Waggener Cheney, Washington

Creamy Crunchy Pea Salad

Creamy Crunchy Pea Salad

Creamy Crunchy Pea Salad

I like this tasty side dish since there's not much chopping involved. Vary the type of nuts to suit your family's taste.—Leann Jasper, Newmarket, Ontario
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Shrimp 'n' Veggie Alfredo

Shrimp 'n' Veggie Alfredo

Shrimp 'n' Veggie Alfredo

Bonnie Jost of Manitowoc, Wisconsin relies on a jar of store-bought Alfredo sauce to toss together this pretty pasta dish. The effortless entree includes fresh shrimp and colorful veggies for ectra eye appeal.

Make-Ahead Vegetable Medley

Make-Ahead Vegetable Medley

Make-Ahead Vegetable Medley

I like experimenting with different combinations and this is one of my most popular creations. I make it often for potlucks and seldom is there any left over.

Chickpea Cauliflower Curry

Chickpea Cauliflower Curry

Chickpea Cauliflower Curry

I like to serve this colorful vegetable and rice side dish when I'm hosting a buffet luncheon.

Japanese Steak Salad

Japanese Steak Salad

Japanese Steak Salad

“We enjoy all kinds of ethnic foods,” writes Diane Halferty of Corpus Christi, Texas. “This beef recipe is easy to make, and very tasty.” With its sweet soy marinade and fresh veggies, there's lots to love in this main-dish salad.

Pretty Stuffed Spring Peas

Pretty Stuffed Spring Peas

Pretty Stuffed Spring Peas

These stuffed peas are the perfect way to welcome spring and sail right through summer. I serve them on a platter surrounded by juicy strawberries. —Phyllis Cooper, Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts

Meatball Pie

Meatball Pie

Meatball Pie

I grew up on a farm, so I took part in 4-H Club cooking activities. I still love to prepare and serve classic, wholesome recipes such as this meat and veggie pie. —Susan Keith, Fort Plain, New York

Chicken Pasta Salad for Four

Chicken Pasta Salad for Four

Chicken Pasta Salad for Four

Santa himself might find it hard to resist this hearty, colorful chicken salad packed with veggies, pasta and flavor. Our Test Kitchen added just the right touch of heat to warm and welcome friends and family in from the cold! TIP: This versatile recipe can be varied for all seasons of the year by adding hard-cooked eggs, different meats, such as turkey, ham, tuna or shrimp…even by changing the nuts and vegetables to whatever you have on hand!

Shrimp 'n' Shells Salad

Shrimp 'n' Shells Salad

Shrimp 'n' Shells Salad

"I received this recipe from a friend," explains Heather Richardson. "It can even be served as a light dinner with toasted garlic bread." The St. Paul, Virginia reader serves the low-fat salad on a bed of fresh greens.

Potato Nests with Peas

Potato Nests with Peas

Potato Nests with Peas

I SERVE potatoes with just about every meal. Besides using this recipe as a side dish, I discovered I could serve it as a main dish for a lighter meal. It satisfies the appetite well, especially for us older folks. A dear friend shared this recipe with me several years ago. -Margery Bryan, Royal City, Washington

Potluck Casserole

Potluck Casserole

Potluck Casserole

Whenever I take this dish to picnics and potlucks—which is quite often—everyone compares it to tuna noodle casserole. It reminds folks of Mom.
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