For all the anti-pork people out there, add a half bag of the ’15 bean soup’ medley to the pot. The only thing I changed was adding more carrots & celery. Such a curse and a blessing at the same time. As an adult I started making my own (without ham) and discovered it was even more delicious. This is a wonderful soup! It smells delicious when it’s cooking , beyond the chopping the veg it’s so hands-off, and this is so fresh and filling. Next – for those who keep kosher and want a “hammy” flavor – chop up a hunk of turkey pastrami. Love the topping options to class it up a bit! Off to make Deb’s Valentine heart linzer cookies instead! To freeze, cool the soup completely, then transfer to freezer containers or bags . Ten years ago: Viennese Cucumber Salad and Lemon Bars In fact, there are folks who are almost rabid about which one makes the better split-pea soup – lol! I’m going to try adding smoked paprika. I think the ingredients list answers that question for you – lol!! You are definitely not Dutch as over here lots of people do rejoice when it’s time for ‘snert’ or erwtensoep as the official title goes. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Isn’t fresh dill a pretty herb? If you don’t have any split peas on hand, you can actually substitute in lentils. I sometimes like to top mine with a spoonful of Greek yogurt or sour cream. Our recipe was very similar to this, except we used onions and added smoked paprika along with the thyme and bay leaves (& a little soy sauce for umami ). What is the difference and are they interchangeable? I am a split pea soup lover, so will definitely try your recipe! The pistou is to be dolloped right into the soup as you serve it. I had the same experience! The last time I bought split peas there were no green ones left on the shelf and I bought yellow instead. I’m really looking forward to making and comparing yours to theirs! Can you use dried thyme and if so how much? I’m thinking those pillowy haloumi cubes from the roasted veggies in the new book would be outrageous atop this soup. It reheats really well from frozen. I hopped into my car and drove to the market to buy split peas. He hates it but doesn’t want to hurt her feelings. Fantastic. My mother made it this way, Im sure it was because we didnt use ham. I’ve never had the yellow type before, but do have a bag of them in my pantry. Some of your readers may remember this restaurant which had such loyal followers (and former employees) that at one point a few years ago there was an email list to swap memories and recipes from the restaurant. Fry the leek … I would love a round up of Great Green Sauces! You forgot the dill…. Remove thyme sprigs (most of the leaves will have fallen off) and bay leaf and season very well with salt and black pepper. my mother made this soup from yellow split peas… a gentler flavor… no meat, just onions and carrots.. (Now I’m trying to remember in which recipe that I called for ribs that I got a few “what are ribs?” comments. Finally, because I said I didn’t like ham inside the soup but said nothing about on top, we added a bit of crispy bacon in small bits, but I also love it topped with croutons (either gruyere or these lovelies) should you wish to keep it meatless. Thank you!!! Leeks can be swapped out for 1 cup of shallots, which are similar in flavor. I’ve been a lonely unicorn almost my entire life! Delicious! Somewhat ditto. Mine’s somewhat similar to yours, the leeks, carrots, celery and the fresh thyme being a must, although I also add a few good pinches of summer savory that a local shop brings in from Nova Scotia. Result: they adored split pea soup with or without ham. I’ve never used leeks but next time I will. Made this with water because I was out of broth and it was still so flavorful! I first started making it like I made my great northern beans, with a ham hock. Any flavor that’s left in it will come out in the soup. 4. It is delicious!! Thanks for a wonderful recipe! I will be making this tonight! I made the herb sauce with fresh parsley, lemon, garlic and hot pepper flakes. There is no replacing the salty pork-i-ness of a dish, but this is my best substitute so far. Celery comes in either bunches or ribs. This version sounds lovely, and I will pin it, and make it! Worth checking out for sure. I didn’t purée the soup as I really like the chunkier texture. I use parsley thyme tarragon savory and the best part a ham bone or hame hock. Standing up and cheering! I mixed it directly into my herb sauce (I used dill and parsley) and it was a delicious addition to the soup. Not all recipes contain tomato but mine does. Then, a dollop of sour cream. It adds a more nuanced broth flavor and doesn’t have the greasiness of ham hocks. My husband and son don’t just stand up and cheer when I make split pea soup, they request it often! It is cooked with pork belly, carrot, onions and leeks, simple ingredients that still... Stephane. The slow-cooker requires you to think about what you’d like for dinner, for example, either the night before or that morning before you go off to work by slowing things down. If you’re not the hugest split pea fan, you have GOT to try Swedish whole yellow pea soup. Will have to give it a try the next time Green Split-Pea is on the menu! I bet a parsnip would be lovely. I love good split pea soup, but i like it pretty smooth. I’m stealing your idea for next time ;). I appreciate the many flavorful veggie options you present us. Potage Saint Germain. So happy I found your site. On the page titled ‘Please Read all instructions, #8 mentions several foods that should not be cooked in a pressure cooker because they can clog the pressure release device. And I do love the thought of bacon on top! I hate to say this but after years of making this soup I just put the dried herbs in the palm of my hand, rub them to release the oils. Thanks for the Instapot instructions, too. Perfect for an easy weeknight meal — few ingredients, simple assembly. Whether you like to call it split pea soup or simply pea soup, nothing can beat its thick and wholesome quality, how it satisfies hunger, and the special way it warms us up, especially on cold and rainy days. Made this again tonight. Here are a few from previous years: Chicken Wonton Soup (2017), Chicken Chili (2016) My Ultimate Chicken Noodle Soup (2015), Chicken Pho (2014) Carrot Soup with Tahini and Crispy Chickpeas (2013) Carrot Soup with Miso and Sesame (2012), Mushroom and Farro Soup (2011), Black Bean Soup with Toasted Cumin Seed Crema (2010) and Balthazar’s Cream of Mushroom Soup (2007), One year ago: Chicken Wonton Soup Four years ago: Parmesan Broth with Kale and White Beans and Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Mango If you are talking about true yellow split peas (& not the “yellow split pea” that’s really a type of chickpea), then you can definitely use them exactly the same as green split peas. Great idea to use potato masher – thanks! How would you describe the flavor/texture difference, if any, between green & yellow split peas? I too have my own favorite version of Green Split-Pea Soup, but have never thought to add dry sherry to it, even though I consider a goodly amount of dry sherry mandatory for Black Bean Soup. We hated split pea soup though. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. It reheats really well from … I also forgot to mention in mom’s recipe when serving she would drizzle some sherry!! Bought my dried split peas at Whole Foods, but must have been an old bag? I must of had my flash of inspiration to make split pea soup last week while you were working on yours! Thanks for including the InstantPot version. Stick to your ribs good. Thanks Deb, I was down to my last portion of frozen lentil soup. They are to me the best of the onion family. (I would never have thought of pairing cumin and split peas, but there you go). I made split pea soup with yellow peas last week, supermarket shelves were bare of the green one due to the impending snow storm. No added salt, is how easy it is to make. Makes it sing! Ladle it into heatproof bowls, top with a slice of good bread, cover with grated cheese (Gruyere, Parmesan, or anything you like), then zap it under the broiler until the cheese melts and browns. Soup is really growing on me before I could really take it or leave it and I always thought it was kinda boring. It’s been 108 degrees here in the past week (that’s 42 for us folk downunder). This looks great (though I’m guessing the kids wouldn’t eat it) and I love the idea of the croutons on top! Thank you, thank you for posting Instant Pot instructions! Heat oil in a large pot over medium heat. Word of warning – it’s a 3-4 day process without an pressure cooker, and all afternoon even with one. Laughing because when you wrote quarts I read cups (cooking with kids running around and slightly distracted). My must-have go-to addition to Split Pea Soup is smoked turkey drumsticks, so I’m sure smoked wings would be just as good, if perhaps not as meaty. It’s just so delicious. ago. Amazing! I feel like I see it as often without it as with, in fact, I was going to call this a parsley gremolata because I’d always thought they were anchovy-free, but then I read otherwise. Cook, stirring, until spices are … Dried split peas are cooked with ham hocks, onions, garlic, and leeks. Such a great resource. Any one or even two of these toppings really lift the soup so choose your own adventure. For me, it didn’t add enough to be worth changing my usual approach — a solid enough filter for any new recipe decision, you could say — which is a pile of vegetables and aromatics, broth, and split peas, cooked until tender and then pureed in all or part, and generally, if we’re being completely honest here, swiftly rejected by most people in my family for all the reasons listed above. Have you seen any problems with this device, when cooking the pea soup? I have always loved split pea soup, but George , the hippopotamus in James Marshall’s wonderful George and Martha Books does not. For some reason Whole Foods was out of leeks, so I used 1.5 onions instead. I second Charlotte’s comment. Storing Split Pea Soup . Def one of my new go-to’s :). Nine years ago: Fig and Walnut Biscotti and Squash and Chickpea Moroccan Stew I then tried three different finishes. Sending you warm thought from Phoenix – it’s been 75 degrees and AMAZING for two weeks. Method. To further extend the shelf life of the soup, freeze it. I second this too. thank you for sharing — I am a convery! Split Pea Soup is also the perfect soup to serve on St. Patrick's Day because of its green color. I added some smoked paprika for a little hint of bacon-y smokiness while maintaining the vegetarian aspect. If you don’t have any split peas on hand, you can actually substitute in lentils. I made this last night and really like the swap of leeks for onions. I’m loving the Instant Pot Recipes! I also picked up some barley and a ham shank. Yes! Whole yellow peas can be hard to find, but my gosh. Ditto with pomegranate arils… ) But right is right, now fixed. At the end I blended the liquid and the peas. Otherwise I’ll use a few slices of double smoked bacon and render the fat to sauce the onion in. :). So excited to make it! I added the following to give it more flavor: 2 extra celery stalks b/c I love celery. But, I will have to try your recipe, just so I have another reason to eat my favorite soup. Smoked pork gives split pea soup … Didn’t change anything and absolutely loved it. I have just started using an Instant Pot (though some things I still prefer in Le Creuset or an iron skillet). Split pea soup ingredient swaps. If you’re not in a hurry, skip the ready-made varieties, and try your hand at creating a homemade batch of delicious split pea soup. OMG you didn’t need to go thru all that. Simmer for about 2 hrs the peas should be soft. topped it with jalapeño pretzel bites instead of croutons, and it was such a surprisingly pleasant contribution! And dill! Cook, stirring occasionally, over medium-low heat until softened, about 6 minutes. I’m told my husband’s grandmother’s traditional recipe also used smoked turkey legs in place of ham. A splash of dry sherry is a good way to finish the soup, too, and is especially good along with a dollop of sour cream. First published January 9, 2018 on |, index of cookbooks referenced on smitten kitchen, Carrot Soup with Tahini and Crispy Chickpeas, Black Bean Soup with Toasted Cumin Seed Crema, Carrot Soup with Tahini and Crisped Chickpeas, 2 tablespoons olive oil or 1 tablespoon olive oil and 1 tablespoon butter, 4 cloves garlic, cloves peeled and sliced thin, 1 pound dried green split peas, rinsed and picked over, 2 to 3 sprigs of thyme, leaves still on (optional), Two slices of crumbled crisp bacon (obviously would no longer be vegetarian). And since all soups will tend to thicken in the freezer, I always have cartons of chicken broth on hand to thin them out a bit to a better consistency. Can’t wait to try the soup and my new InstantPot! Clever mom. Instead of ham, we use a smoked turkey leg. Really this has to be one of the easiest soups ever❤️ Hope this helps. They almost shred themselves. Deb, you’re welcome to come over anytime for a steaming bowl. Eleven years ago: Really Simple Homemade Pizza and Balthazar’s Cream of Mushroom Soup, And for the other side of the world: The leeks really elevate it. Thank you! For additional heft I sometimes add barley; the peas cook down around it, the barley stays a touch firmer, and it feels a bit more substantial for dinner. New Year, New Soup! When I left home, my roommates would say very rude things about my beloved soup – I’d graduated past the Manischewitz and was making it from scratch by then. Subbed water & 1 tsp. Like 0 . Like many of us, I’ll now shop for a new brand. We are giving it more flavor by adding some garlic and using a dash of liquid smoke. I agree with Kirsten – pea soup unicorns must not be so rare. This comforting split pea soup recipe is a perfect example of the upgraded yet familiar fare you’ll savor in Ina Garten’s new cookbook, Modern Comfort Food. Share. Split Peas. It is, with variations, a part of the cuisine of many cultures. My recipe is similar to yours with the addition of barley, parsnip and I use onion as well as leeks. This delicious split pea soup is a recipe the whole family can enjoy. As a vegetarian I am always thrilled to see more naturally meat-free recipes and I’m especially a fan of pea soup. Also, please correct me if I’m wrong, but it seems like you get the same results as in a slow cooker, it just cooks fast rather than slow? I’m worried that the InstantPot would be a similar disappointment after hearing people rave about both. When Ina Garten (a.k.a. Came out terrific! Whew, that’s a few thoughts! Thank you for an awesome, easy, simple recipe, Deb. Also, don’t be afraid to add in your own spice combo to make this soup your own. I recently made split pea soup in my IP, and I’ve gotta say, a little paprika in there added a touch of smokiness. After it was cooked I used my immersion blender, then added 1/4 c pearl barley and let it cook 1/2 hour more, stirring occasionally so as not to burn on the bottom of the pot. I agree! Split pea has been my favorite soup since I was a toddler. Excited to try it without! Topped with a parsley-cilantro gremolage (which isn’t as saucy as your pictures, I’m guessing I should have done more olive oil) and a sour cream dollop and some toast…. I’m very excited to be a unicorn! Season with more salt and pepper. My family used to go there every summer on our annual vacation trip. Sauté until leek wilts, about 3 minutes. Consider yourself girl crushed right about now. Thanks! Joyous flavors bursting in my mouth. I’ve been making split pea soup since the dawn of time roughly, in myriad ways based on whim and my cupboard’s relative fullness, but this gremolata idea… *smacks forehead*. Just made split pea soup on Sunday, Instant Pot style, but I’m going to try your recipe next. Didn’t do the toppings and was delicious even without. My mother was distantly related to Mrs. Anderson, and I have their recipe. Can’t wait to try this. I use smoked turkey legs sometimes as well. Of course, back then lots of our customers remembered WWII rationing and even the great depression, so mostly they weren’t picky eaters who would be put off just by the color! I hope this helps . Cleaner taste, lovely texture, and just delightful all around. The gremolata adds such a great visual dimension, it almost wouldn’t have to taste great to be uplifting. He pours the soup in his loafers rather than hurt the feelings of his good friend Martha who loves making split pea soup. I now have one but so far have been terrified to use the darn thing! Remove bone. I must have gotten an old bag of peas :( This simmered for an extra hour and they’re still not quite as soft as I’d like. But this recipe sounds wonderful. I tope it with the herb sauce, sour cream and some vegan “bacon” flavoured chickpeas that I made yesterday. I also prefer it vegetarian and with leeks. Great ideas for the toppings, thanks! 1 2 3 Next. I’ve been making my pea soup with dried peas and … frozen peas! Add onion, leek, carrot and garlic and sauté until vegetables begin to soften, about 6 minutes. Add onion, leeks, celery, and garlic; season with salt and … Win for everyone!!! With the Northeast in freezing temperatures last week, pea soup was in order. I’ll put it on my ‘to-try’ list! My kids, now in their 40’s, ate a lot of it growing (it’s cheap) and we would all gladly come over to your house and share this meal with you! My husband is one of those rare and very lovely unicorn type of people and would happily eat split pea soup everyday! I can’t even pretend otherwise. I grew up English and pea soup is an important part of that and we always use/d a smoked bacon hock from which the luscious bacony pork was removed and replaced into the soup. An unusual, but fun way to serve pea soup is to treat it like French Onion soup. Their recipe has been online (and vegan) for many years. thank you so much for this wonderful recipe. It was a wonderful meal and I have enough in my freezer for several more meals if we should by chance get some cool weather or rain. If you miss the ham, you can add about 1 to 2 cups of diced cooked ham in the beginning and brown it up with vegetables. I use a combination of dried whole yellow peas, ( cleaned and soaked overnight ) yellow split peas and green split peas as the combination of the three truly does makes a lovely soup. Found this tonight, though I have been stalking you for a couple months now..that cabbage, walnut situation as made you sort of a demi-god for my family. Peas, split, naturally collapse in soup so the texture was already halfway smooth; why nudge it further? Being Canadian it’s something I grew up with as it’s been something my adult children with adult children of their own grew up with. ‘Nuff said. I have a hard time believing it, but I guess he’s a man now. To keep them vibrant, I add them (probably THREE carrots!) Thank you so much for sharing a vegetarian pea soup! In fact, apart from desserts & some cocktails, I don’t really like to use mint much in cooking. Split pea is one of my favorite soups! If that isn’t “just what the doctor ordered” for us in the Northeast ( thanks for that Phoenix weather report…or not) when we can now finally stick our noses out the door to attempt a supermarket trip. What's not to love about split pea soup? I find they fall apart more than split green peas but otherwise should work the same. I like dill with peas much, much more than mint. I grew up eating it out of a can, LOL! In a large, heavy-bottomed pot, heat 2 tablespoons of the olive oil and add the finely chopped leeks. *Puree the soup in batches: place 1 cup of soup in a blender, place the lid on top, and puree on low … Oh, I’ve made it twice! He ends up pouring it in his shoe! Hah, I know those tubes! Add cumin, cayenne, and turmeric to leek mixture and stir to combine. Since it’s just my husband & me, one batch of soup yields anywhere from 4-6 servings. Thank you. The first was a green sauce with parsley, lemon, and garlic, basically a vegetarian gremolata, which usually contain anchovies too. If you miss the ham, you can add about 1 to 2 cups of diced cooked ham in the beginning and brown it up with vegetables. Saw the Instagram post, then came to your website, then immediately made this in my instant pot. When you combine that with the flavors of the chopped ham and the sliced leeks, I guarantee this will be your new favorite soup recipe! This looks like a great soup, and I am looking forward to making it. I’m not sure if it’s the pressure-cooking part of it that has me a bit shy, or all the reports I’ve read about the tiny little valves & stuff being incredibly difficult to clean afterwards. I grew up on the same vegetarian (kosher) stuff. I had never had split pea soup with barley or cheese. Split pea soup is a dutch winter staple with added celeriac instead of potatoes. I’m so glad I put one roll in the freezer. Season with salt and pepper. As an adult, I love all split pea soups and look forward to trying. My mom used to make this with yellow split peas, rebranded it as Sunshine soup and…. I don’t care what anyone says; I love split pea soup. How weird. Split pea soup ingredient swaps. Both methods: I do not puree this soup, but you can at this point with an immersion blender, either all or just halfway. Can you make this if you don’t have an insta pot? Comment . The soup cooks all day while you are busy washing and then you make pancakes for desert. Thaw overnight in the refrigerator, or gently warm the frozen soup in a saucepan over low heat on the stove top. I can take it or leave it. I love split pea soup but never make it because I don’t usually have ham bones around, which I always thought was a given. Go for it, Joycelyn and Bonnie. New here? I veered away from it here for the sake of staying classic and because I have a Red Lentil Soup with lots of Indian spices in my second cookbook; you could definitely apply that here. I love it when you update old classics. A lot of ham. Now the grown up grandchildren are making this!!. I just finished my latest batch. any suggestions to replace olive oil? It's oil-free, with no vegan margarine or butter needed. Very good for freezing temperatures. Some of the very best recipes I’ve ever made – soups included – have come out of either not having or not liking a particular ingredient & subbing in something else. My new favorite split pea soup recipe! The times I have made it with ham hocks, I didn’t find it life-changing. I’d never made it before. Nothing says snow day like a steaming pot of split pea soup, which is exactly what I made during last week’s northeast blizzard. I’ll be trying this one for sure though, because I can’t always get the turkey legs and have vegetarian friends who I like to cook for. We often stopped in Buellton (north of Santa Barbara) on trips up the coast to have lunch at Andersen’s, which was famous for their split pea soup. But then started sometimes doing Ina Garten’s recipe which is a meatless and has half mushy peas, and half that are added later. If you slice them thinly, it doesn’t take long for them to soften up. Thanks Deb :). Excellent! Combine split peas, water, celery, parsley, tarragon and bay leaf in a large pot or soup kettle over high heat and bring to a boil. Bummer. How to make vegan split pea soup. Properly stored, split pea soup with potatoes and chicken will last for 3 to 4 days in the refrigerator. That’s the Irish for you!! The other day I was thinking “I haven’t made split pea soup in ages-I should make some. Could you use yellow split peas in place of the green? This recipe looks really good; I am a huge split pea soup fan & along time vegetarian, so it’s a win-win. Add the garlic and cook another minute. 3.5 Years Ago: Blue and Red Berry Ricotta Galette ❤. I’ve made vegetarian split pea recipes before since we don’t eat meat but this recipe took the flavor to a whole new level! It’s like you read my mind. I consider that a large part of what makes cooking so interesting & enjoyable. The sherry may not be suitable for kids, but it lifts the soup to a whole new level. There are InstantPot or electric pressure cooker directions — second paragraph of the recipe. If I’m making a soup that includes milk or cream in it, I just add the cream to the servings we’re going to enjoy at the time & then freeze just the “base”. My grocery store surprisingly didn’t have green peas, but did have a ‘three pea combo’, green, yellow and red lentils, and it was great. I made this soup tonight but braised a smoked ham hoc in vinegar, white wine, red pepper flake and some veggies before adding the shredded pieces back in to spread it’s smoke and funk about the split open peas…dude. I have never heard of blending pea soup…Not for me. Myself I’d be fine with the flavour from the hock alone and forgo the diced ham addition but family preference always comes first! I will add some dill and maybe some chili flakes to tomorrow’s leftovers :). Not only is split pea soup one of her favorites but her graduation gift was an InstantPot so she will be extra delighted to see that you included the directions for it. I thought to add a couple of smoked turkey wings for that flavor! This hearty soup is made with split peas, smoked pork, and vegetables. I don’t use ham, sometimes flanken or short ribs, lots of onion, leek, carrots, and celery. Get the recipe for Split Pea Soup. I can hardly wait. I am the kind of girl who will stand up for split pea soup. We add a little curry at the end and substitute parsnips for the potatoes. I made this yesterday and it’s full of yummy smoky shredded bits of ham hock meat. Pea soup in general is all kinds of wrong at the moment… just buried the remains of the Christmas ham in the freezer until winter. Smoked turkey stock is particularly good in thick bean soups. I have been looking for my go to split pea soup and this is the one! Thanks for this. I’ve never tried them, but some folks say they are slightly sweeter & that they prefer them to the green. I will try this vegetarian version very soon. We sometimes do toasted garlic breadcrumbs which would be a nice sub for the bacon too. Could you please fix the typo in “It’s signature hue”? I made it last night for dinner, and in a moment of inspiration (laziness?) My housemates had used up all the bay leaves (those big poops), but with just the thyme, salt, and pepper, it was sooooo good. I read that split pea soup is traditional in Sweden on wash day, (Thursday). Often found in international food aisle (Goya). So healthful, so very appealing, at least for the likes of me! We topped with pepitas and french fried onions, which makes me laugh a little but it was pretty good – thanks for the other adventurous topping suggestions for next time. I’m going to try this but I’m going to add a smoked turkey wing I have sitting in my freezer, begging to come out. They should be. Glad I’m not the only one who thinks of that classic when I hear the words “split pea soup! Reduce heat to medium-low. Cooked for 4 hours before everything softened. I think a lot of the magic that people speak of when they talk about the IP is less about how well it cooks everything (although it does just fine, especially if texture isn’t the goal) and more about the ease of use, that we can come home after a long day and throw some stuff in it and *walk away* — change your clothes, help your kid with their homework, pour a glass of wine, heh — and when it dings 15 to 30 minutes later, it holds your dinner cooked and warm almost indefinitely. I also use the traditional celery/onion/carrot. Otherwise, the recipe was great tasting. So delicious. Thanks for the memory! About 20 minutes later up popped your recipe! I have used smoked paprika to get the smoke flavor without the ham. Also, a 1/4 – 1/3 c of pearled barley is a nice addition. I did put ham in it and was thinking that it was just okay, but I love the idea of your herb sauce and some crumbled bacon on top. Both I think are excellent at beans and stocks and long braises; both are plugged in so you can put stuff in them and walk away (unlike a gas flame on a stove). My daughter, a picky eater, requested it, yay! While Split Pea Soup is decidedly less beautiful than most any other food I can think of with it's pea green color and chunks of diced ham and carrots in the thick, soup base, it has a wonderful, comforting savory flavor and warmth that more than makes up for it's appearance! at the very end of cooking. I like the color of split pea soup, maybe it works better with more bright orange carrot disks floating in it. OKAY LISTEN I did the recipe exactly as directed, and then also tossed in some frozen peas and a touch of corn as commenters suggested, and did the half blend/half whole touch too. I put them in after the dried peas are nice and mushy, and then when it’s all warm, I use the hand blender. This is great for chilly evenings or when you want something light. It came with a tot of dry sherry which could be mixed in at the table, and was called Potage St. Germain. I found that 15 minutes at full pressure plus 5 of natural pressure release was not quite enough (peas were still a bit tough), but just simmered on the stove for a bit after releasing pressure. And obviously, croutons are compulsory in my house!!!! As always with soup, it’s better after 24 hours. They’re not my favorite flavors together, but I do think it could work here. Pistou is a French sauce similar to pesto but without the nuts. liquid and peas together. For best results start by soaking the split peas in hot water for a couple of hours. But never again split pea soup! If you know people who stand up and cheer when they hear that it’s a split pea soup for dinner kind of evening, you know amazing, rare unicorn people I would like to have over for dinner more often.

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