Split Pea Soup Recipe – A New and Easy Soup

split pea soup recipe

Split Pea Soup is an excellent way to make soup at home, without going through the hassle of buying or cooking expensive store bought soups. The secret to making a great pot of soup is in how you prepare it. A good way to prepare this kind of soup is by using a split pea recipe, which is a combination of a variety of foods like peas, carrots, and cauliflower.

Process Of Making The Split Pea Soup Recipe

Bring to a simmer, reduce to the point where you can taste the broth, add any chicken bouillon, and serve. If you find that this soup is too thick, dilute with water a little bit to taste. Split Pea recipe is easy to make and tastes really good.

To make a split pea soup recipe, bring a pot of water to a full boil, then add your desired amount of vegetables (cauliflower, carrots, peas). Allow the veggies to cook until tender and you will notice that the flavor in the soup has been enhanced. Serve at your convenience!

I love making split pea soup because I love the unique flavors and textures of my favorite vegetable recipes. You can also use this type of soup in other recipes. You can make it a side dish for any meal, or a meal that you serve with a meal you are preparing. It is a versatile recipe that is easy to make.

More About The Split Pea

The split pea is an important part of many bean-based soups such as enchiladas, tacos, burritos, etc. They are also a wonderful addition to stews, casseroles and soups. You can even use it in rice or pasta dishes. There is no need to add much extra seasoning. As long as you like the taste of the peas, and the veggies, you can enjoy the flavor from the peas and veggies.

A great way to prepare a split pea soup recipe is to add a few herbs to your recipe. Thyme, Rosemary, basil, or oregano are common herbs to add. I like to add a couple of different herbs to my soup as well. Thyme is used to give it an earthy taste. Rosemary adds a light and herbaceous flavor, and basil gives it a zesty flavor.

As with any recipe, do not over-fry or cook the soup. This will cause it to become mushy. It can also make the soup bitter if overcooked. Instead of frying, you can bake the split pea soup. Use a cast iron frying pan or a foil pan, or a hot skillet to cook the peas and veggies.

Once you try a split pea soup recipe, you will wonder why you did not try it sooner. A hearty dish of split pea soup is a wonderful way to fill in when you have an empty stomach, or a cold night.

Creativity You Can Add In Making Soup

If you are feeling creative and want to try a new recipe, why not try making a soup base? Then, add a variety of vegetables, spices and herbs to make your own soup base. I usually mix in some leek, celery, carrots, potatoes, onion, garlic and a little Rosemary.

Then, depending on what seasonings you are using to season your soup base, add some pepper, herbs, or garlic. You can put in as much or as little of each as you like. Then, you can add the vegetables to your soup base, mix them up, and add more flavorings to make your soup base for a delicious soup.


You can make a recipe that tastes like it is really fresh and have it sit overnight to allow it to get tender. After this is done, you can serve it cold or warm.

One word of caution – be sure to let your peas simmer the day you make your split pea soup recipe. If you are going to make soup this way, you do not want to have to boil the peas overnight. You do not want to let it sit on the stove before dinner.

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