Split Pea Soup

Split pea soup is a hearty and nourishing dish made with split peas, ham hocks, carrots, celery, onion, and garlic. It can be enjoyed as a main course or side dish.

Split Pea Soup is a soup that is made with split peas and other vegetables. It is commonly served as a side dish, but can also be eaten as a main course.

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Split pea soup is a dish that is typically made with ham, but it can also be made without the meat and still taste great. Reference: split pea soup recipe without ham.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do split peas need to be soaked before cooking?

Split peas need to be soaked for a few hours before cooking.

Is Split Pea Soup healthy?

Split Pea Soup is a healthy and nutritious meal.

How do you get rid of gas from split pea soup?

You can add more water to the soup, or you could make a broth with the remaining pea soup and some chicken or beef broth.

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