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Warm Sprouted Pea Hash

Photo by: Marija Ivkovic
  • 2 servings
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Photo by: Marija Ivkovic

This warm sprouted pea hash is a great way to use up leftovers in your fridge.  

Servings: 2

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Ingredients

  • a good handful Sprouted Legumes.
  • large dash Basic Chicken Bone Stock, or liquid aminos.
  • chopped anchovies.
  • crumbled feta.
  • a good handful baby spinach leaves.
  • avocado chunks.
  • handful chia seeds, optional.
  • frozen corn kernels, optional.

Directions

Saute the sprouted legumes in a little chicken stock (use a block or three from the ice-cube tray, if you have some) and a dash of water. Add the anchovies, then the feta and spinach. Toss quickly to wilt the spinach a little. Add the remaining ingredients, remove from the heat and serve.


Note

You'll notice that I don't provide precise quantities for this recipe. I use a handful of this or that, or whatever I've got. I suggest you do the same! It's a great opportunity to play and get a little bit loose. You have permission!

I toss chia seeds through many of these kinds of meals. They soak up any excess liquid and make the meal seem weightier. They also add instant protein and fibre.

You can find the recipes for Sprouted Legumes here, and Basic Chicken Bone Stock here.

This warm sprouted pea hash is a great way to use up leftovers in your fridge.

Ingredients

  • a good handful Sprouted Legumes.
  • large dash Basic Chicken Bone Stock, or liquid aminos.
  • chopped anchovies.
  • crumbled feta.
  • a good handful baby spinach leaves.
  • avocado chunks.
  • handful chia seeds, optional.
  • frozen corn kernels, optional.

Directions

Saute the sprouted legumes in a little chicken stock (use a block or three from the ice-cube tray, if you have some) and a dash of water. Add the anchovies, then the feta and spinach. Toss quickly to wilt the spinach a little. Add the remaining ingredients, remove from the heat and serve.

Note

You'll notice that I don't provide precise quantities for this recipe. I use a handful of this or that, or whatever I've got. I suggest you do the same! It's a great opportunity to play and get a little bit loose. You have permission!

I toss chia seeds through many of these kinds of meals. They soak up any excess liquid and make the meal seem weightier. They also add instant protein and fibre.

You can find the recipes for Sprouted Legumes here, and Basic Chicken Bone Stock here.