|Country Traditions for the Home|
|by Stephanie Donaldson|
This wonderful book captures the yearning for a simpler, more satisfying way of living in tune with the rhythm of the seasons.
1 - 10 of 377 for split pea soup
Rinse split peas in strainer, then ... water in large soup pot or slow ... pepper and remaining 2 tablespoons parsley. Heat through, and serve immediately. .
Empty package of split peas into a colander ... In a large soup pot or Dutch ... the refrigerator, so stir in more milk or a pat of butter before serving.
Ham or chicken ... made from reconstituted soup base. Use low ... pot, combine dried peas and water or ... downward). Wash jar and store in a cool, dark place.
Cut up stew ... large kettle with soup bone and water. ... water, then drain split peas and barley. Add ... other ingredients. Bring to boil, simmer 3 hours.
Soak split peas in water overnight. ... more later if soup becomes too thick). ... pepper to taste. (I like to mix noodles with the soup when eating it.)
Coverham bone and pieces with water. Add peas, onion, celery, ... of Campbells pea soup. Simmer 30 ... Add more salt if necessary. Makes 8 dinner servings.
In heavy saucepan combine pea and tomato soup. Add water ... until heated through. Pour into individual soup bowls and add sherry to taste to each serving.
1. In 3 quart saucepan, combine soups, ham and ... Reduce heat; simmer, covered, 15 minutes. 3. Add salt and pepper to taste. Makes 6 cups; about 6 servings.
Soak peas (wash them) in ... Add herbs finity soup, pumpkin, meat, ... to peas. Don't allow pepper to burst. As soon as flavor is imparted remove pepper.
Boil peas for 1 hour ... rest of ingredients and simmer for 30 minutes. Add seasonings and oil and cook for 5 minutes. maybe made with lentils. Serves 8.
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