Simple Split Pea Soup
When it comes to making homemade soup, it doesn’t get much easier than this simple split pea soup recipe, or more frugal. The soup is made from dried peas with just a handful of ingredients. It comes together quickly and always tastes great. The end result is a filling soup that’s great for lunch or dinner.
Use the recipe below as a starting point and feel free to add to it. If you happen to have a carrot sitting in the fridge waiting to be used, chop it up, cook it with the onion and add it to the soup. If you have a bit of leftover ham, toss it in there. It will give the soup a bit of extra flavor. If you find yourself with leftovers (doesn’t happen around here), you can store them in the fridge for a day or two. The split pea soup also freezes well.
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