These pea recipes are so good, you'll forget you are actually eating them

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Peas may not be everyone's favorite, but these recipes might just have you thinking twice and adding peas back on your menu. You'll find peas paired with some staple favorites from potatoes to bacon to hummus. Some of the recipes below are on the healthy side while others more on the tasty side. Whatever your diet, there's something here for you.
What are you waiting for? It's time to get your pea game on:
Creamy green peas & potatoes
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Everyone is looking for a new way to spruce up vegetables... grilling, roasting, and baking them are great, but this delicious spin on peas and potatoes will get the whole family coming back for seconds. Tender baby red potatoes and sweet green peas swim in a savory, creamy sauce. Get the full recipe here.
Potato and pea samosa
A samosa is a delicious Indian pocket of dough filled with vibrantly seasoned ingredients. In this recipe, you'll find the classic combo of potatoes and peas, spiced up with cumin seeds, turmeric and garlic. It's a crowd pleaser for sure! Get the full recipe here.
Simple peas and onions, buttered peas
Serving 4 and with just 5 minutes of prep, this recipe is a simple way for your guests to get their greens in without all the work. This recipe is why you'll want to always keep a bag of frozen peas around. Get the full recipe at Simply Recipes.
Green pea curry hummus
This hummus recipe is not only flavorful but also rich in fiber and protein. The peas are thrown on at the end to increase the texture and color. Plus, it's an easy way to jump on the plant protein bandwagon! Get the full recipe at Minimalist Baker.
Split pea soup with bacon
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As soon as the evenings begin to turn chilly, I crave big bowls of hearty soup and toasty grilled cheese sandwiches. Split pea is my favorite. It doesn’t look like much but, despite it boring appearance, it is luxuriously creamy, and surprisingly flavorful. It also freezes well and only gets better with reheating. Get the full recipe here.
Burrata with charred and raw sugar snap peas
Move over mozzarella because burrata is in town. Snap peas are a pea variation (a cross between garden peas and snow peas) that really adds extra crunch to a dish. You can't go wrong when it's next to burrata! Get the full recipe at smitten kitchen.
Bacon pea salad
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Not everyone is a fan of peas, but it's hard not to love this recipe when peas are paired with bacon. Plus, it takes just 10 minutes to put together. Easy, simple, and tasty! Get the full recipe at Taste of Home.
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