Old Fashioned Split-Pea Soup

Ready in 3 hours
7 review(s) averaging 4.2. 67% would make again

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"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!!"


Ingredients

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1 each Ham Bone
3 quarts Water
2 cup Split green peas; dried
2 teaspoon Salt
1/4 teaspoon Pepper
1 ea Onion; sliced

Original recipe makes 8

Servings  
Original recipe makes 8 Servings

Preparation

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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),

teaspoon pepper,

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

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Forgot to mention in my last review...also add chopped carrots and celery. It really adds to the flavor
jul3z 1 year ago

tullring 2 years ago

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 3 years ago

Be careful to use 2 cups (16 oz volume) or more of split peas and not just a 16 oz (weight) package.
wdhppr 4 years ago

I added this recipe to my favorites, will definately make again.
vknowles@bellsouth.net 5 years ago

meishmeish 5 years ago

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PennWritre 8 years ago

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