Split Pea and Ham Soup
It's easy to fix split pea-and-ham soup in the crockpot or on the stovetop. With a ham bone or ham hocks, split pea-and-ham soup simmers beautifully. When serving, sprinkle a handful of crunchy croutons on top to garnish each bowl.See Popular Split Pea and Ham Soup Recipes
The classic pairing of mild split peas and rich ham come together in a delicious slow-cooker version.
We added leeks to the classic ham and pea soup for this recipe. Serve it with crusty bread for a low-fat dinner.
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.
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?
Loaded with carrots, ham, and split peas, this healthy soup is a meal in itself, and it freezes well.
A steaming bowl of hot pea soup, dotted with bits of smoky ham, is a great comfort food on a cold winter day. Pea soup freezes well so file this one with your make-ahead recipes.
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Add salt pork for extra flavor in this classic simple high fiber soup.
The lentils cook all day in the slow cooker, but the ham and spinach are added at the end for optimal flavor and texture.
Carrots, celery, and onions really up the nutritional ante of this filling pea soup. Always sort through dried peas and beans carefully before cooking and discard any small stones.
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