Alkaline Diet Recipe #149: Baby Pea & Broad Bean Spread

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Alkaline Diet Recipe: Baby Pea & Greens Spread

alkaline diet recipe - pea dipThis is such a fantastic, alkaline and easy recipe and is one of those that is great for making ‘normal’ meals more alkaline. You can serve this to friends, kids, partners and they will love it AND get secretly more alkaline at the same time. It’s a great way to sneak veggies into the kids lunchbox too.

The ingrediets such as peas, avocado and the herbs are so alkaline, in fact, you can find avocado in my post of The Most Alkaline Foods here

Alkaline Diet Recipe: Pea & Broad Bean Spread

Serves 4

Ingredients
2 cups peas (fresh or frozen is fine, peas can withstand being frozen pretty darn well)
1 cup of broad beans (podded and again, fresh or frozen is fine)
1/3 avocado
1 clove of garlic
1/3 cup flax oil or olive oil
Himalayan or Celtic Sea Salt to taste (I usually use about 1/2 teaspoon)
A handful of fresh mint
3 sprigs of coriander
1 lemon, juiced and the rind of half of the lemon

Instructions:

This is one simple alkaline diet recipe to make. Firstly, just wash the peas and broad beans and put onto a light boil for two minutes, if they were frozen make sure the water is boiling before putting in because the cold peas and beans will take the temperature right off the water.

Once done (literally, 120 seconds is all thats needed here), put them into a colander and give them a wash over with cold water and then place into a blender/food processor with the avocado, garlic, oil, salt, mint, the rind and coriander. Blend and blitz til smooth or chunky depending on your preference. Now add a little of the lemon juice and taste and keep adding more until you’re happy.

Serve on sprouted breads/crackers, as a dip with fresh veggies or however you please!

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Baby Pea & Broad Bean Spread
Serves 4
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Ingredients
  1. 2 cups peas (fresh or frozen is fine, peas can withstand being frozen pretty darn well)
  2. 1 cup of broad beans (podded and again, fresh or frozen is fine)
  3. 1/3 avocado
  4. 1 clove of garlic
  5. 1/3 cup flax oil or olive oil
  6. Himalayan or Celtic Sea Salt to taste (I usually use about 1/2 teaspoon)
  7. A handful of fresh mint
  8. 3 sprigs of coriander
  9. 1 lemon, juiced and the rind of half of the lemon
Instructions
  1. This is one simple alkaline diet recipe to make. Firstly, just wash the peas and broad beans and put onto a light boil for two minutes, if they were frozen make sure the water is boiling before putting in because the cold peas and beans will take the temperature right off the water.
  2. Once done (literally, 120 seconds is all thats needed here), put them into a colander and give them a wash over with cold water and then place into a blender/food processor with the avocado, garlic, oil, salt, mint, the rind and coriander. Blend and blitz til smooth or chunky depending on your preference. Now add a little of the lemon juice and taste and keep adding more until you're happy.
  3. Serve on sprouted breads/crackers, as a dip with fresh veggies or however you please!
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  1. Priyank Reply

    Hello Ross,
    I am a vegan. I like to learn more and more about healthy lifestyle. I want to know if this diet could help me. My problem is that I have a low stomach acid problem. So eating raw salads and greens gives me lot of trouble. How can i use this diet with my condition. I have tried green smoothies. They are good but i dont know if they are helping me or not. They make my stools green!! Please kindly give me some advice 🙂

  2. Emma Reply

    Hi Ross,

    I love reading all of your blogs and advice you give, especially the recipe’s. Is there a section where you have all of your 150 free recipe’s which are easy to access?

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