Pea soup was once a standby comfort food. These updated recipe combinations, such as split pea soup and pea-and-ham soup, still satisfy when it's cold.See Popular Pea Soup Recipes
This delicate broth is full of vitamin C, thanks to the pea pods Jeremy Fox simmers. (Snow peas are just as delicious and easier to find.) He tops the consomme with shards of white chocolate because he likes the way it brings out the peas' sweetness while adding only a little fat.
This versatile side-dish soup goes well with grilled or broiled beef or pork. Try this creamy soup with ham for your Easter dinner.
The classic pairing of mild split peas and rich ham come together in a delicious slow-cooker version.
Serve this chilled side dish soup recipe for a springtime meal or celebration.
Daniel Boulud puts this deliciously light and clean-tasting soup -- a mix of sweet peas, favas, pea shoots, snap peas, and snow peas -- on the menu each spring. The recipe appears in the Cafe Boulud Cookbook (Scribner). Skip the labor-intensive fresh favas, as well as the snow peas and pea shoots. Instead, just use sugar snaps and frozen baby peas.
Green peas, parsley, and lemon juice make this a brighter, fresher version of the pea soup recipe. Dry split peas and pork keep it thick and hearty.
There is nothing better on a chilly day than a bowl of homemade soup. This split pea soup is delicious and freezes well so you are fine to add it to your make ahead recipes.
We added leeks to the classic ham and pea soup for this recipe. Serve it with crusty bread for a low-fat dinner.
A subtle touch of tarragon enhances the flavor of this low-fat pea soup, which becomes a hearty spring meal when topped with a slice of French bread, prosciutto, and feta cheese.
Goat cheese adds a little tang to this festive appetizer or side dish.
This traditional soup recipe features the tasty trio of barley, ham, and peas.
What's not to love about this slow cooker split pea soup recipe? It takes just 15 minutes to prepare, and it cooks on the low-heat setting of your slow cooker for 8 to 10 hours, making it the perfect recipe to throw together before you leave for work in the morning. And when you get home?
Whether the peas are from the garden or the freezer, this flavorful soup recipe is a taste of spring.
Adding raisins, leeks and stew meat to this slow-cooked split pea soup gives it a deliciously different flavor.
Served warm, this soup has a hint of mint that balances well with the peas for a simple light lunch. For a stronger mint flavor, serve chilled.
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