Top-ranked recipe named "Old Fashioned Split-Pea Soup"
"Recipe is a good take on the classic. I find using chicken stock in place of the water adds much, much more flavor to the dish overall. Enjoy!!"- calebowen123
In a kettle, place the ham bone(such as left over from a cooked shank),
3 quarts of water,
2 cups of split green peas,
2 teaspoons salt, (to taste),
1 medium onion, sliced.
Simmer, covered over low heat for 2 to 3 hours.
Remove the bone from the soup;
cut off any bits of ham;
add to soup,
along with 1 cups slivered, cooked ham (if you have it)
Heat to serve
jul3z 10 months agoForgot to mention in my last review...also add chopped carrots and celery. It really adds to the flavor
tullring 1 year ago
calebowen123 2 years agoRecipe is a good take on the classic. I find using chicken stock in place of the water adds much, much more flavor to the dish overall. Enjoy!!
wdhppr 4 years agoBe careful to use 2 cups (16 oz volume) or more of split peas and not just a 16 oz (weight) package.
email@example.com 4 years agoI added this recipe to my favorites, will definately make again.
meishmeish 5 years ago
PennWritre 7 years ago[I posted this recipe.]