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Top Rated Pea Shoot Recipes

Salad
This high-protein salad is every bit as hearty and satisfying as it is light and refreshing. Serving it warm allows the flavors to stand out, and brings out the richness of the avocado. Pea shoots can be hard to come by and won’t make or break your salad. They’re well worth a bit of searching, as they’re nutrient-packed, tender, and delicious, but if you can’t find them, you’ll enjoy this combination equally well with watercress. Click here to see Spa-Inspired Dinner Party.
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Seared Salmon
Salmon is one of the most popular fish in America. It is very easy to make salmon in a delicious and simple way at home. Start by choosing the freshest fish available and sear it in a very hot pan for a short time. The combination of salmon, fresh peas and pea shoots creates an easy, fresh and beautiful dish. Adapted from "Avec Eric: A Culinary Tour with Eric Ripert" by Eric Ripert.  Click here to see What Fish Should You Be Eating Now for Flavor, Health, and Environment.
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Pea Shoots, Radish, and Kumquat Salad
Finally, something to do with those kumquats I bought... Raw radishes are crispy and peppery, but if you sauté them lightly, their sweetness comes out, making a nice counterpoint to the earthy pea shoots and tart kumquat slices. If you don't have kumquats on hand, use thin slices of orange and lemon zest instead.
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Grilled prawns, pea shoots and noodle salad.
This grilled prawns, pea shoots and noodle salad has all of the components of  a meal already in. Tasty grilled marinated prawns with Asian seasonings sits on a bed of peat shoots and edamame. A drizzle of honey mustard vinaigrette brings the whole dish together. perfect for summer. All rights reserved ©Adora's Box Copyright 2011. See the original post here.
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“I love to serve this famous Sunday morning libation in Ball jars — although I serve this with summer luncheons of crab salad, deviled eggs and slices of crispy bread because it’s the perfect complementing drink with this menu! People not only love the idea of repurposing the jar, they love the addition of harmonizing avocado and crispy bacon. Add some snow pea shoots for a little bit of artistry and a refreshing replacement for traditional celery. If you’re serving it like I do, use your favorite tomato juice or make a bloody mary mixture and add the accompaniments.” — Kerry Dunnington, author of This Book Cooks
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Serve as one of your  Thanksgiving appetizers. The toasted pumpkin seeds add a nice crunch to the soft avocados. It's recommeneded that you pair this dish with Thorny Rose Chardonnay. 
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Three Peas with Barley, Chile, and Green Garlic
Pea shoots are the young, tender tips and vines of the snow pea or the sugar snap pea plant. Once your plants are established and producing an abundance of pods, clip off leaf and tendril sections about 4 inches long. If you don’t have your own plants, look for these tender shoots at farmers’ markets or Asian grocery stores. Sambal oelek (or ulek) is an Indonesian chile paste, and tart, citrusy Kaffir lime leaves are used in Southeast Asian cooking. Look for both products in Asian markets. Click here to see 'Kitchen Garden Cookbook' Offers Help with Growing Produce at Home.
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Spring Pea & Goat Cheese Kale Salad
Dish with Diane — a series all about getting healthy and delicious foods right from world-class chefs themselves, brings you this special salad. Loaded with cream goat cheese and fresh peas, you won't need another salad all summer long! Click here for more Dish with Diane: Chef Inspired Healthy with Todd English. Or click here to watch the video.
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This light, summer soup is the perfect way to make use of fresh vegetables from your garden, a local farmers' market, or the greengrocer. Click Here to Read About River Cottage Veg.
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Braised Spring Vegetables with Israeli Couscous
This recipe makes the most of the season’s best ingredients — snappy artichokes, young carrots, fresh peas, and their tender shoots — and will guide you through each step of the braising process. On a side note, if using fresh artichokes seems too daunting or time-consuming, you can use frozen ones. The recipe will still be absolutely delicious. If do you have a little time on your hands, though, follow the instructions for fresh artichokes — you won’t regret it. See all couscous recipes. Click here to see 10 Great Dishes to Make with Frozen Vegetables  
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Farro with Sweet Peas and Ricotta
It’s not easy to make whole grains taste light, or look sophisticated. Yet, they’re so satisfying — not to mention, good for us — that it’s certainly worth giving it a try. As far as whole grains go, farro has been stealing the spotlight lately. Mostly grown in Italy, farro actually refers to several kinds of wheat — including emmer, einkorn, and spelt — which have been cultivated in Europe since ancient times. The most commonly grown wheat in Italy, and the one you’ll most likely end up buying, is emmer. It’s a fairly large grain, with a lovely nutty flavor and a pleasing, chewy texture. Emmer is best cooked in plenty of water until fluffed up but still al dente. In this recipe, this fashionable grain is served with crunchy sweet peas and creamy ricotta (ideally, homemade!). The fresh herbs and lemony vinaigrette further brighten the flavors, making this dish as light and yummy as any whole grain could possibly taste. Serve this quintessential spring dish as a salad, or as a main course, with these Carrots and Fennel Braised with Orange Zest and Honey. Either way, dig into this wholesome-yet-delicious bowl of farro. You’ll be glad you did!
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Magical Chicken Ginseng Soup
This medicinal soup can give you an energizing lift and immunity boost. Ginseng has numerous health benefits and this soup is known as “Korean penicillin.” Whenever I am feeling under the weather, I make this soup and feel warm and cozy in no time. If using the dried ginseng root, there is no need for the tea and vice versa, but I have made this using both the tea granules and the roots and it is truly lovely. — Judy Joo, host of Cooking Channel’s new series Korean Food Made Simple Click Here to See More Chicken Soup Recipes  
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