CARPACCIO OF COURGETTE AND CRUSHED PEAS WITH MELTED GOATS CHEESE, HONEY AND LEMON

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BUDDHA BOWL WITH CHIPOTLE CAULIFLOWER AND PEA HUMMUS, QUINOA, PICKLED RED ONIONS, PUMPKIN SEEDS

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SALMON SASHIMI AND ASIAN PEA SALAD WITH QUINOA AND MISO DRESSING

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Yes Peas! celebrates our love of the Great British Pea

This versatile little wonder has much to offer, and being easily available, almost entirely grown in the UK and being as healthy as…well, something that’s really healthy… it really is the pea-fect ingredient.

Yes Peas! aims to help you find ways to get involved in all the fun of frozen peas – whether it’s finding a new recipe to love, discovering how to make your children want to eat their greens, or getting involved in campaigns to honour the humble pea, you’ll find all the information you need here. Don’t miss celebrity chef and pea ambassador Rachel Green sharing her top tips and step-by-step guides to some truly pea-licious dishes.

Run by the British Growers Association and funded by a collaboration of growers, freezers and machinery companies from the vining pea sector, Yes Peas! truly is the result of a combined passion for the nation’s favourite veg.

What's coming up?

Pea Emoji

With 2019s new emoji line up featuring an onion, a garlic bulb, and even more obscurely, falafel, we’ve been rallying up support during Great British Pea Week for a new character and asking that supporters register their interest by signing our pea-tition.

Great British Pea Week

The Great British Pea Week is celebrating its fourth year this year!

In 2019, Great British Pea Week 2019 ran from 8th– 14thJuly, and marked our annual celebration of peas! This annual celebration of the little green wonder veg aims to help people better understand where the peas in their freezer come from, what goes into getting them from field to fork and how fresh their frozen peas are.

Young Pea Chef of the Year 2020

The Young Pea Chef of the Year competition, run in association with The Ocado Foundation, encourages young chefs to get their thinking caps on and create a sweet or savoury dish in which the frozen pea is the star!

Anyone up to age 16 can enter the competition, which is now in its fourth year, and schools are encouraged to get involved.

Latest News from Yes Peas!
  • 25 July 2019
18 Reasons Why You Should Give Peas a Chance!

  1. On average, each person in Britain eats nearly 9,000 peas per year.

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