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Pea Shoots & Goat's Cheese with a Honey Dressing

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Prep: 4 minutes Cook: 8 minutes

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Serves 2

Using fresh and seasonal British pea shoots, this is the perfect light lunch or starter.

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For the salad:

  • 50g pea shoots
  • 50g goat's cheese log, cut into 2 slices, approx 1 cm thick
  • 10 radishes, topped & tailed and sliced in half
  • 4 slices Iberico ham, torn into pieces
  • 1 tsp rapeseed oil

For the dressing:

  • 1 tsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tsp runny honey
  • 1 tsp white wine vinegar
  • Pinch Maldon sea salt
  • Good grinding black pepper


  1. Mix the dressing ingredients in a jar well.

  2. Divide the pea shoots and radishes between two plates.

  3. Heat a non stick frying pan, add the teaspoon of rapeseed oil, and then add the pieces of ham. Fry until curled and crispy, and remove the ham with tongs (retaining the oil in the pan) and set aside.

  4. Keep the pan on a medium high heat, and add a slice of goat’s cheese to the hot oil. Fry for about 90 seconds on each side, lifting very carefully when you flip each round over.

  5. Place the ham and goat’s cheese on the salads, and drizzle with the dressing. There you go!

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