- 450g bag frozen peas
- 800ml hot water (straight from the kettle)
- 1 tbsp vegetable bouillon powder
- small handful of chopped fresh mint, to serve
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- cream, to serve
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Tip the frozen peas into a blender and pour over the hot water from a kettle. Leave the peas to defrost, then reserve 1 tbsp peas. Add a handful mint and the vegetable bouillon powder to the rest. Blitz until smooth, then chill. Serve, drizzled with cream and scattered with some chopped mint and the reserved peas.
Make it with red veggiesTip 500g chopped plum tomatoes into a blender with 2 deseeded and chopped red peppers, a garlic clove, a pinch sugar and 1 tbsp red wine vinegar. Blitz until smooth, then chill for at least 30 mins. Serve ladled into bowls, topped with a drizzle of oil and some torn basil.