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Peas and carrots are a duo that are delicious in any kind of dish! We’re told to eat them when we’re kids, and with these 15 delicious recipes, there will be no arguments here. Check these recipes out on our Food Monster App!

1. ‘Meat’ and Potato Stew With Peas

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Start a new family tradition with this hearty ‘Meat’ and Potato Stew With Peas from Jamie Bevia! Seitan, carrots, potatoes, and peas are served in a thick, rich gravy. It’s so hearty, you might just have to eat it with a fork. This is perfect for a cold night in, with big chunks of veggies and creamy gravy.

2. Nut-Free Thai Noodles

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If you or someone you are close with has a nut allergy, this recipe is a must-try! These Nut-Free Thai Noodles from Caroline Ginolfi have all of the same flavors you love minus the common allergen. The sunflower seed butter used in place of peanut butter is creamy, delicious, and so “nutty.” Totally life changing.

3. No Shepherd, No Sheep Pie

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There is absolutely nothing more comforting on this earth than a nice, hot, steaming slice of shepherd’s pie—until now. This secretly vegan No Shepherd, No Sheep Pie from Kinda Vegan by Adams Media will warm your guests to their toes and heat hearts for lively discussions around the table.

4. Indian-Spiced Chickpea and Vegetable Cakes

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Crisp, flavorful, and incredibly simple. These Indian-Spiced Chickpea and Vegetable Cakes from Jessica Gavin are going to be your new edible obsession! The Indian-spiced cakes are packed with bold flavor and wholesome ingredients in each bite! We promise after you take your first nibble of these crunchy cakes with creamy yogurt mint sauce, your taste buds are going to be dancing for joy.

5. Stew With Brown Lentils, Peas and Corn

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This 1-pot gluten-free vegan Stew With Brown Lentils, Peas and Corn from Nele Liivlaid is a perfectly quick and filling main dish to add to your salad bowls! Lentils and peas make it so hearty and creamy while the corn is there to surprise you with sweetness.

6. Carrot Burger

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It’s amazing what you could make with ingredients that are likely already in your pantry. Take this Carrot Burger from Weronika Banka for instance. Made with dry peas, onion, carrots, olive oil, sunflower seeds, buckwheat flour, and millet, this burger can be whipped up quickly and easily. Simply add some soy sauce, chili, cumin, and pepper to spice it up and enjoy this versatile patty however you’d like!

7. Green Pea and Almond Pesto Pasta

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This super simple recipe for Green Pea and Almond Pesto Pasta from Rinku Bhattacharya is inspired, flashy, and fun. It’s an easy green pea and mint pesto, perfect for these rainy busy evenings. The mint adds a depth of unexpected flavor to this classic pasta sauce.

8. Spring Veggie Farro Fritters

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This recipe for Spring Veggie Farro Fritters from Jennifer Strohmeyer is whole-foods, plant-based and so delicious. It has packed in as many fresh, in-season spring produce you could think of, and will be your new favorite way to eat your veggies!

9. Shepherdess Pie

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This Shepherdess Pie from Sasha Gill is far superior to its male counterpart. The filling for this hearty meal is made from savory lentils, tender peas, and perfectly cooked carrots, then it’s topped with a creamy mixture of mashed sweet potatoes, garlic, and vegan cream cheese. This is a great meal to make for a big group.

10. Simple Veggie Fried Rice

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The bottom line- Vegan fried rice (especially homemade) is just as (or even more!) delicious as its non-vegan counterparts. See for yourself with this Simple Veggie Fried Rice from Christina Bedetta!

11. Chickpea Asparagus Spring Frittata

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Colorful, delicious, and so perfect for spring! This easy Chickpea Asparagus Spring Frittata from Lisa Dobler is a great addition to brunch, packed with peas, carrots, and fresh green asparagus. Nobody would guess that this is made from chickpea flour instead of eggs!

12. Baked Potato Samosa Cups

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The flavor of these are pretty spot on to the traditional version. And you don’t have to order multiple orders of samosas to be satisfied, now you can make your own and have as many as you’d like. Best life hack ever: make your own food, eat as much as you want. You won’t want to skip this recipe for Baked Potato Samosa Cups from Paris Marash!

13. Red Lentil Dal With Peas and Carrots

Red Lentil Dal With Peas and Carrots

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For a filling and flavorful dinner entrée, try out this Red Lentil Dal With Carrots and Peas from Ida Hemmingsson-Holl. Carrots and green peas swim in a creamy purée of coconut milk, cumin, garlic, coriander, and vegetable broth. Serve this dish with rice if you want to make it even heartier.

14. Green Curry Rice Paper Samosas

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In this Green Curry Rice Paper Samosas recipe from Christine DesRoches, rice paper wraps are filled with a mixture of fresh vegetables, green curry paste, and spicy chili. The samosas are then baked until golden and crispy. These Thai-inspired samosas are best when paired with a spicy-sweet dipping sauce, but be sure to let them cool down before you dig in!

15. Lentil Shepherd’s Pie

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This Lentil Shepherd’s Pie from Diane Smith is a comfort food sure to please even the pickiest of eaters, plant-based or not! Traditional shepherd’s pie is made with ground beef, but with this version you’ll get the benefit of eating legumes filled with potassium, calcium, zinc, dietary fiber, lean protein, and plenty of other good stuff. The mashed potato crust is infused with garlic and makes the dish a cozy treat.

Need more pea and carrot recipes? Check out Give Peas a Chance With These 2o Delicious Green Pea Recipes and 15 Diverse Carrot Recipes! Don’t forget to check out our Food Monster App, which is available for iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day.

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