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Organic Yellow Split Peas

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Organic Yellow Split Peas are a vegetarian cupboard staple.

These organic yellow split peas are a lovely warming start to any stew.  Whether you like making curries or casseroles, yellow split peas are a great base for any one pot meal.

These delicious peas are really versatile and give a good nutritional boost to vegan and vegetarian diets as they are a source of protein.  Just one 90g serving is high in high in Thiamin (B1), Folate, Potassium and Manganese.

Split peas belong to the same family as lentils and beans.  They are harvested freshly, then dried and the skins removed.  The peas split on their own after they are skinned and dried which makes them quick to cook but impossible to sprout.

There is no need to soak split peas, but if you soak and drain them you can reduce the phytate content (the same goes for all beans and pulses). They can make wonderful dal to accompany any curry.

Ingredients: Organic Yellow Peas

Origin: Slovakia

Allergen Information: Packed on premises that handle gluten, tree nuts, sesame, soya, peanuts, celery and mustard


Nutritional Information

Typical Nutrient Values: Amount per 100g:
Energy 1478kj/352kcal
Fat 1.2g
of which saturates 0.16g
Carbohydrate 38.2g
of which sugars 8.0g
Fibre 25.5g
Protein 23.8g
Salt 0.015g

Cooking Instructions

  1. Split peas don’t require pre-soaking before you cook them but soaking them will reduce their phytate content.
  2. Rinse the split peas first to remove any natural dust or debris.
  3. Fill a pan with 3 cups of liquid to 1 cup of split peas – the peas will triple in size so use a large pan.
  4. Boil and cover, reducing the heat to a simmer and then cook until tender (20-25 mins)
  5. Add salt at the end of cooking – adding it during cooking will result in tough peas.


For optimum freshness keep in a cool place away from moisture and direct sunlight.  Store in a tightly sealed bag or container.


Family Tips:

  1. Yellow split peas cook down into a warming tasty mush which is lovely for weaning babies, toddlers and grown ups in need of comfort food!
  2. We can’t help but love yellow split pea soup on a cold day.
  3. If you want to be creative why not make a dip or side dish similar to hummus?