GREEN SPLIT PEAS
Grown in the fields of Shropshire, harvested and dried on the farm, these richly coloured and flavoured peas can be used in a variety of recipes including traditional pea soup, hearty stews and, milled into flour, can be used in many recipes, see our recipes page for inspiration.
These split peas don't need soaking and cook down to a very soft consistency, the longer they cook the softer they become! Simply cover the peas with water or stock, season as liked and bring to the boil, turn heat down simmer until as soft as required.
YELLOW SPLIT PEAS
These peas are grown and dried on the farm in Shropshire. Split Yellow Peas are one of the most used pulses in British cooking, with a satisfying flavour and smooth texture, they add body and depth to soups, stews, dhals and dips.
Naturally gluten free yellow split peas, fresh milled can be used to thicken gravy and sauces and in baking to increase the protein content.
Fava beans have been grown in Britain since the Iron age and these beans are grown and dried on an organic Shropshire farm.
Split Fava Beans are tasty, versatile and easy to cook - they don’t even need soaking. Use them to make dhal, falafel or hummus - or add a handful or more to soups, stews or curries. These beans don't need soaking and cook down to a very soft consistency, the longer they cook the softer they become, simply cover with water or stock, boil for 10 minutes then cover and simmer for 20-30 minutes more until they reach the desired consistency.
LIGHTLY SEA SALTED ROASTED GREEN PEAS
Roasted British-grown green peas in rapeseed oil and seasoned with a little sea salt to create a "ridiculously moreish" snack. These roasted peas are full of protein and fibre, and have less than 1/3 the fat of roasted nuts. Great as a savoury snack straight from the pack but also delicious in salads and other savoury dishes.
LIGHTLY SEA SALTED ROASTED FAVA BEANS
British-grown fava beans roasted in rapeseed oil and seasoned with a little sea salt to create this moreish snack. Delicious, nutritious and good for the soil and bees, fava beans are Britain's original bean, grown here since the Iron Age. These roasted beans are full of protein and fibre, and have less than 1/3 the fat of roasted nuts.