Fresh garden peas?
Are readily available from June through to July and taste much better than their frozen counterparts.
Traditional Chinese Medicine
has long valued mushrooms for their medicinal qualities.
The transition into Summer
Can often aggravate allergies and bring on unwelcome coughs and colds. To ward off the symptoms of such ailments, Ginger is a great addition to your diet.
Pea and Mint Houmous Receipe
Here at Natureworks, we love hummus so we thought we?d treat you to a summery twist on a classic! To make this delectable Pea and Mint Houmous, you will need:
200g Peas (cooked)
200g drained Chickpeas
A generous handful of mint
1 clove Garlic
2 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 Lemon (juice and zest)
1 tsp Tahini
Salt and Pepper to season
1.)???Blend the Peas, Chickpeas, Mint and Garlic in a blender or food processor until it reaches a smooth consistency. Add in the Oil, Tahini and Lemon and blitz for another 30 seconds. Season with Salt and Pepper
2.)???Serve and garnish with Cayenne (if desired) and a sprig of Mint