£2.06 – £16.51
Our Carlin Peas also know as ‘Black Badgers and the ‘Pigeon Pea’, the reddish brown Carlin pea is also know as the Red Fox. The Carlin Peas are prominently grown in the UK and are of the ‘Minerva’ variety. Traditionally in the British Isles, the Sunday before Palm Sunday, is Carlin Sunday and on it people in the North & North East of the UK traditionally eat Carlin Peas. In the North West such as Lancashire where the Carlin Peas are consumed with vinegar and salt mainly around Bonfire Night, where they are traditionally called Brown Peas.
The British grown Carlin Pea has a firm texture with nutty flavour. The Peas are traditionally served in soups, stews, curries and salad or to soak overnight, boiled up and eaten with vinegar.
Carlin (Maple) Peas.
Also Known as Maple Peas and Brown Peas.
For allergens, see ingredients in bold capitals. May also contain traces of PEANUT, other NUT & SESAME.
This product has been produced in a factory where Peanuts, Nuts, Sesame, Soya, Gluten, Milk, Mustard, Egg, Celery and Sulphites are present.
Soak the peas overnight then boil for up to an hour, it's a matter of taste as to how soft you like your peas. Fry in a little butter for a few minutes, add some salt and a good dose of vinegar to the pan.
Nutritional Values grams per 100g:
Energy kJ/kcal: 1284kJ/303kcal
of which Sugars: 2.4g
of which Saturates: 0.04g
Country of Origin:
Produce of the UK
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct heat and sunlight. Once opened, store in an airtight container away from strong odours and flavours.
THIS PRODUCT MAY CONTAIN SMALL STONES. CHECK BEFORE COOKING.
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