Split Pea Soup with Pork Belly Recipe
Split peas are simmered with pork belly in a white wine and vegetable broth for a flavorful and warm soup for a cold evening.
Earlier, I cooked up some leftover pork roast leg bones to make a broth. I substituted leg bone broth in for the water. I also added 1 lb of cut up low sodium bacon and because my son is night shade vegetable sensitive, I added more vegetables in with the onions (4 carrots, 1-2 stalks of celery, 1 c. kale, chopped fine and mashed in after the sauté) to make the recipe more meal friendly...... soooo it was a big hit! My younger son, said that it doesn't look appetizing, but it sure tastes great! He comes home after being at the Gym and enjoys the soup for a well needed high protein snack. :)
Split peas simmered with gammon, pork belly, and smoked sausage make for a thick and hearty soup, known as snert in the Netherlands.
Canadian-style yellow split pea soup is a great way to use up a ham bone--or smoked pork hocks.
Made just how it states, and it's great! Husband loves it. My biggest critic.
Split peas and barley are cooked with garlic, onion, celery, carrots and potatoes in this meatless soup which is seasoned with basil and thyme.
Whether you're looking to use a leftover ham bone or are just in need of a comforting (and economical!) soup, Allrecipes has the split pea soup recipe you're craving.
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