Steamed English Peas – Edamame Style


You can still eat healthy foods while working in Corporate America. I can show you how!

Today I did an informal lunch-n-learn for a small CSA group I set up at my company.  I reviewed how to store, clean and prep some of the veggies, including English Peas, they might get from their farm share with KYV Farm.
Corporate CSA Workshop

Members got a chance to take notes and ask questions about the best way to store, prep and package fresh farm veggies for work.

Corporate Farm Share Workshop

This is just one of the awesome educational services I offer. Contact me at dawn (at) floridacoastalcooking.com for more info. 

Corporate Farm Share Workshop

We had a great time!  Thanks so much to the group that attended!

Corporate Farm Share Workshop - English Peas

Let’s talk peas…..

This is a great recipe for English peas, or any nice fresh peas you just don’t feel like shelling, I’ve got your solution!  Simply steam them, season and then suck the peas right out of the shell.  Easy peasy! 

English Peas Edamame Style
Steamed Edamame Style English Peas

Serves 4, Serving size – about 1 cup
Vegan, Gluten Free
Printable Recipe

Ingredients
4 cups fresh English Peas – in Pods
1 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 tsp coarse sea salt

Directions
1. Steam English peas 10 to 15 minutes or until just softened to your taste. Try them at 10 minutes and if they still seem too hard to you, try them again in 2 minutes.
2. Top with olive oil and sea salt.
3. Mix and serve.

General Nutrition Info 
1 cup English Peas

Calories 134
Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg
Fiber 9g
Sugar 9g
Protein 9g


 

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About DHCooks

Dawn Hutchins is a health & wellness entrepreneur that specializes in helping busy moms kick processed food addiction, such as sugar and food dyes, to the curb. She's a published author, wife, and mother of one sweet little girl. When she's not crusading for the advancement of plant-based nutrition, she's camping, stretching in yoga and paddle boarding on her SUP.

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