Slow-Cooker Split Pea Soup
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 8 hours
Makes8 servings (2 quarts)
This was so incredibly easy and delicious. I used a couple bay leaves instead of rosemary because that is what my grandmother used. I was going to add the carrots late as others suggested but lost interest and forgot them entirely and it was still delicious!
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I made this soup as directed but put 2 celery socks in chopped and extra garlic. I also added the ham bone for extra ham and flavour at the end. This recipe is fantastic! I have also made it exactly as printed and is exceptional! Best recipe I have found, thank you??
This is excellent! I followed the recipe exactly- just used vegetable stock instead of chicken stock as that is what I had in the pantry. It was very easy and the time was just right. It is delicious and very easy.
Fantastic! Used vegetable stock lieu of chicken broth. Reduced stock by 1/2 cup and used white wine. Double the carrots. Add the ham bone. Perfect consistency.
Hey, this looks like a great recipe and I definitely intend to make it. My question is, in addition to the cubed ham, can I also use that big, otherwise useless leftover ham bone to sit in the pea soup in my crock pot, and then take the bone out when I’m done?
Excellent! I added a bit of heavy cream to finish it off and used a stick blender to puree the soup!
I dont put the carrots in the entire time or they melt. And I also use all broth, no water. I take one cup of soup out and put it in a blender so its thicker. Pea soup always thickens more when you chill it. I add more broth or milk/cream to thin it. I love homemade pea soup. I always use leftover ham but the Kielbasa sounds like a great idea.
This is a wonderful thick and hearty soup... perfect to warm you up for the cold weather we're having!! I used 2 bay leaves instead of the rosemary and thyme and used all chicken broth instead of chicken broth AND water. The soup was thick (just the way I like it!) and tasty and super easy to make!! Next time I make it I want to use keilbasa or smoked sausage instead of ham!! The day after I made it..... the leftover soup tasted better to me but was extremely thick and I had to add more chicken broth to it ..... but still very tasty!!
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