Goat Cheese & Pea Toasts

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Whipped goat cheese & pea toasts on my mind for this weeks snacks and lunch. It serves as a really good pantry/freezer recipe if you have some bread lying around and frozen peas – it comes together in no time. You can sub what’s needed if you don’t have everything down below either. This is such a great vibrant and green, spring-time recipe! Yum!

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Goat Cheese & Pea Toasts
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Goat Cheese & Pea Toasts

Ingredients 

  • 1 pound fresh or frozen peas, snap peas work too
  • 1/2 cup Tessemae’s Lemon Pepper
  • 2 garlic clove
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • 2 tablespoons goat cheese and more for serving Salt to taste
  • 1/4 th cup parsley
  • toast/bread to serve

Instructions 

  • To begin, blanch your peas by boiling water and adding in your peas for about 15 minutes until tender. Remove and rinse under cool water.
  • In a food processor, add your balanced peas, lemon pepper, garlic, lemon juice, goat cheese, salt and parsley. Blend until a creamy dip/paste like texture forms.
  • Toast your bread, lather on goat cheese and then add your pea dip on top. Serve and enjoy!
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  1. I just wanted to double check – it says to blanch the peas for 15 minutes? I’ve only heard of blanching something for a minute or two, so just wanted to be sure! Can’t wait to try the recipe! Thank you!

    1. You’re blanching but also cooking the peas a little bit so they are not super hard (if you’re using fresh peas!) so blanching and boiling. If you are not using fresh peas, then just a 2-3 min blanch will do. I hope this helps!