Think pasta for perfect pea soup
Who cuts all those split peas anyway? I love that they come in halves because they cook faster and you’re less likely to have errant peas roll away. Actually, fresh peas have a natural seam down the center and when dried can be mechanically split.
I love split pea soup with ham and have been known to buy a half ham with the primary purpose of making soup. Of course we have the ham for other meals first but I have entertained the thought of raiding the fridge for the ham bone before the ham is served.
Perfect pea soup texture is achieved by cooking the peas until some of them are still al dente, pretty much like you cook pasta. Stop simmering while it still has some oomph to balance the texture of the ham. Enjoy this velvety pale green soup laden with ham, vegetables and loads of rich flavor.
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2011 AniversaRecipe—Jabberwocky Burritos
Recipe: Ham and Split Pea Soup
1 meaty Ham Bone
11 cups Water
4 Bay Leaves
1 cup Carrots, diced
1 cup Celery, diced
2 pkg Dry Onion Soup Mix
2 lbs Split Peas, rinsed and sorted
4 cups Milk
2 Tbsp Worcestershire Sauce
Salt and Pepper to taste
1. In a large stock pot, combine the ham bone, water and bay leaves. Simmer for 2-2 ½ hours. Remove the ham bone and set aside to cool.
3. In the meantime, once the ham is cool enough to touch, pull the meat from the bone. Dice or shred the ham in small pieces and discard the fat.
4. Add the ham, milk, Worcestershire sauce and salt and pepper to taste.
• Exchange ham bone for 4 ham hocks.
Inspiration—Saucy Cuisine Kitchen
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