This weeks Meat free Monday recipe is a new favorite at the office for cold winter days.
This is one of my new favorite things to cook! It’s so easy to make, super healthy and oh so tasty. Here are six reasons for you to eat more green peas:
They protect against colds. Green peas are rich in vitamin C, which strengthens the immune system. They also contains zinc, a mineral that is said shortens a cold and relieves the symptoms.
They are rich in fiber, which means that they help your intestines working properly.
They strengthen bones. Green peas contain vitamin K , which is important for building bones.
Green peas have a high amount of folate, which is great if your pregnant. Folate is good for the fetus and helps it to develop during a pregnancy.
They are environmentally friendly! Legumes generally are resource-efficient to produce. Which makes green peas a good environmental choice.
They are cheap It is nice when healthy, a environmentally food choice that is also kind for your wallet.
500g frozen organic green peas
1 garlic clove
7 dl water
2 vegetable stock cubes
1 dl Soy cream
Peel and chop the onion and garlic. Boil the water and bouillon cubes. Fry the onions golden and add the peas and the garlic and let them fry until the peas have thawed. Add the frozen peas and onion to the vegetable stock and let it cook with the lid on for about 5 minutes. Mix the soup and add the soy cream and the bring to boil.
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