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Pea Bruschetta

September 13, 2012

Pretty in Green

They say you eat with your eyes, therefore if you really enjoy food you should be incorporating vibrant colours into your meals.  This is done simply by using fruit and vegetables. The real stuff, not artificial assortments with ingredients that  boggle your mind.  I love it when my food looks beautiful, and my take on bruschetta to me looks marvellous.  They say every colour has a different meaning and the meanings of green definitely coincide with the benefits of sweet  fresh peas.  So here’s to good health, growth and nurturing!

This recipe was inspired by ‘Asda Magazine’ (Publicis Blueprint Ltd, July 2012).

(serves 1)


2 slices white multiseeded bread, olive oil, 1 garlic clove (peeled), 2 tbsps fresh frozen garden peas, 2 spring onions (chopped), 2 tsps parsley (chopped), black pepper.


1. Boil  a small pan of water.
2. Lightly toast 2 slices of bread.
3. When water is ready add the peas and cook for 3 minutes then drain.
4. Drizzle a little olive oil over each slice of toast and rub a garlic clove on top.
5. Crush the peas a little and place on top of the bread.
6. Sprinkle the spring onions, parsley and a little black pepper on top.


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