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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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"With all of its ingredients," grins Lynn Conlon of Provo, Utah, "this probably should be called 'Surprise Soup' instead! Hearty, unique and fun to serve, it works especially well for large groups. I've prepared if for as many as 38 people by making a few adjustments to the recipe. Even children like it."—Lynn Conlon, Provo, Utah
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Crunchy Corn Medley

Crunchy Corn Medley

Crunchy Corn Medley

This recipe came from my husband's aunt, who's an excellent cook, friend and mentor. It's crunchy, colorful and combined with a light tasty dressing. I've shared it with friends and relatives, who think it's a great addition to their recipe collection. -Meredith Cecil, Plattsburg, Missouri

Colorful Kielbasa

Colorful Kielbasa

Colorful Kielbasa

"This stick-to-your-ribs dish is sure to satisfy the heartiest appetite," writes Schelby Thompson of Camden Wyoming, Florida. "You can take it from stovetop to table in about half and hour."

Thai Shrimp Linguine

Thai Shrimp Linguine

Thai Shrimp Linguine

"Yum" is what my family says when I serve this. With a squeeze of lime juice and a few sprigs of cilantro added at the end, you'll have a simple meal with complex flavors. —Paula Marchesi, Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania
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Creamy Skillet Noodles with Peas

Creamy Skillet Noodles with Peas

Creamy Skillet Noodles with Peas

I’ve made this creamy noodle side for years. Since kids and adults go for it, I keep the ingredients on hand at all times. —Anita Groff, Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania

Ravioli with Snap Peas & Mushrooms

Ravioli with Snap Peas & Mushrooms

Ravioli with Snap Peas & Mushrooms

Topped with the toasty texture and flavor of hazelnuts, this pasta makes an easy, earthy weeknight dinner. I serve it with an herb and lettuce salad and white wine. —Charlene Chambers, Ormond Beach, Florida

Snow Peas & Beef Stir-Fry

Snow Peas & Beef Stir-Fry

Snow Peas & Beef Stir-Fry

Skip greasy takeout food and go for this healthy and fast dinner that's so much more enjoyable. To make it even easier, warm up ready-to-serve brown rice in the microwave and supper is ready to go (with one less pan to wash). —Donna Lindecamp, Morganton, North Carolina

Out to Sea Pasta Shell Salad

Out to Sea Pasta Shell Salad

Out to Sea Pasta Shell Salad

“Here’s a healthier version of a popular boxed salad mix you can buy at the store. We absolutely love it! You can also add a little cooked chicken breast to make it heartier.” Ann Timmerman – Northfield, MN

Au Gratin Ham Potpie

Au Gratin Ham Potpie

Au Gratin Ham Potpie

“We first had Aunt Dolly’s potpie at a family get-together,” recalls Mary Zinsmeister of Slinger, Wisconsin. “We loved it and were so happy she shared the recipe. Now, we make it almost every time we bake a ham.”

Sausage Pasta Stew

Sausage Pasta Stew

Sausage Pasta Stew

I rely on my slow cooker to prepare this chili-like specialty. It's packed with turkey sausage, pasta and vegetables. My gang gobbles it up without realizing they're eating healthy. —Sarah Bowen of Upland, California

Chicken Potpie Casserole

Chicken Potpie Casserole

Chicken Potpie Casserole

I always have leftover chicken broth on hand and use it for many things, including this comforting family favorite. You can bake your own biscuits, like I do, or buy them at the store. I like to bake extra biscuits to eat with butter and jam. —Liliane Jahnke, Cypress, Texas

Church Supper Spaghetti

Church Supper Spaghetti

Church Supper Spaghetti

Because this recipe feeds so many, I often take it to church dinners and potlucks. This colorful dish also comes in handy when we have lots of help to feed on our farm. —Verlyn Wilson, Wilkinson, Indiana

Shrimp Tortellini Pasta Toss

Shrimp Tortellini Pasta Toss

Shrimp Tortellini Pasta Toss

No matter how you toss 'em up, shrimp and thyme play nicely with any spring-fresh vegetable. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Festive Rice Salad

Festive Rice Salad

Festive Rice Salad

I once had a similar salad at a friend's house and I was determined to re-create it at home. After several tries, I came up with this sweet-tart concoction. It's easy to prepare and colorful, too. —Terri Simpson, Palm Harbor, Florida

Make-Ahead Turkey Potpie

Make-Ahead Turkey Potpie

Make-Ahead Turkey Potpie

Some days, your cravings don't jive with your busy schedule. Problem solved! Whip up a batch of these rich, creamy potpies, and enjoy two tonight and tuck two in the freezer for another time. They take less than 30 minutes to prepare, and freeze beautifully. What's even better is the filling lends itself to variation. You can use what you already have on hand, even leftovers! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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