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Souped Up Split Pea Soup

 

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Recipe

Souped Up Split Pea Soup

The butternut squash in this 2 color pea soup adds creaminess, flavor and tons of nutrients.

Times

  • Prep Time : 10 min
  • Cook Time : 45 min
  • Ready Time : 55 min

Servings

8

Ingredients

  • 1 package green split peas
  • 1 package yellow split peas
  • 2 can (48 oz. each) vegetable broth (low sodium)
  • 2 boxes frozen butternut squash
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 1 small bag of baby carrots, chopped
  • 6-8 cloves garlic, chopped
  • any seasoning you love to taste!

Directions

1 Pour cans of vegetable broth into a large pot. Rinse and mix both bags of peas in a colander and then add them to the broth. Heat on high heat and stir regularly. Add the butternut squash (Ok if it’s still frozen.)
2 In a food processor, chop together the onion, carrots, garlic and then add to the pot along with any other seasonings or spices of your choice.
3 Cook together until the peas are soft, stirring regularly throughout the process. (Spoon off and discard any “foam” that forms during the process.)

Source:BONNIE TAUB-DIX,MA,RD,CDN

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About Bonnie Taub Dix

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I am a Motivational Speaker, Nutrition Consultant, and Author and...a total foodie! Check out my website www.bonnietaubdix.com to learn more

 

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24 Responses to Souped Up Split Pea Soup

  1. avatar says: jbbm

    this soup sounds easy and amazing! definitely something i will try soon

  2. Where does one find the split peas in the grocery store? Are they in bags with the various beans? Or are they somewhere else?

  3. This looks excellent ! Think it would be great with fresh Rosemary.Love it will try it out. And it’s healthy, too.

  4. avatar says: yael_1

    How much is a package in the USA?

  5. avatar says: yael_1

    ( grin) thank you; I needed the weight, but my phrasing wasn’t clear :-) . Still, question answered !

  6. avatar says: Aviva

    How much butternut squash exactly? This recipe sounds yummy! Woudl love to make it for Shabbat.

  7. what size are the packages. I have split peas in bulk so I need the weights to do this recipe correctly.

  8. avatar says: Leah

    how long do you cook the soup-it doesnt say also who makes such large cans of broth even the cardboard ones only have 32 oz

    • I find that pea soup tastes best after about 4 hours of cooking, but they are soft and ready after about 1 hour. So it depends on your preference.

      • avatar says: Leah

        Tamar what about the 48 oz cans of vegetable broth where do you find them. do you have a brand name. also 4 hours wow that is longer than I cook my chicken soup

        • This is not my recipe, so I am not sure, I would honestly end up using water and just adding more salt. The store bough broths are too expensive for me. I know, it is long, but I just find whenever I try and do it for less I am not as happy. But I also prefer my chicken soup to cook all day, so it is personal preference. If you have a pressure cooker both can be made much faster.

  9. avatar says: Dvorah

    In this recipe, how many ounces in your package of green split peas? yellow split peas? and the boxes of frozen butternut squash?

    • It should be a 1 lb bag of each of the peas. The frozen butternut squash comes in 12 oz. packages.

  10. So glad you like my recipe! It is truly a crowd-pleaser at any holiday.
    Yes, it’s 1 pound bags of split peas and a 12 ounce box of frozen squash.
    Enjoy!!

    • avatar says: Leah

      Thanks Tamar I will ask Bonnie since it is her recipe Bonnie-how long do you cook the soup for -you dont say also what brand vegetable broth comes in 48 oz cans thanks

      • The recipe shows 2- 48 ounce cans. I usually buy a reduced-sodium type. I’d say the cooking time is between 1-1/2 to 2 hours. Sometimes you may need to add a little water if you desire a thinner soup. I like to practically eat mine with a fork!

        • avatar says: leah

          thanks Bonnie do you have a brand name for 48 oz cans I have never seen them so large and one last question do you cook the soup covered or uncovered

    • What is considered “a small bag of baby carrots?” Is it 1 lb? 1/2 lb?

      Thank you.

  11. Use water and powdered veg. soup to make broth.

    • avatar says: leah

      just wanted to doule check on the frozen butternut squash . is it the pureed squash or is it cubes of butternut squash. thanks

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