A hearty ham hock flavors this comforting Ham and Split Pea Soup recipe from
Emeril Lagasse on Food Network.
This is a straight-forward version of a classic soup combines dried split peas with
onion and ham. Variations include adding carrots, celery, or potatoes.
With the slightly sweet, somewhat salty, and subtly smoky flavor of the ham, this
hearty soup is the ideal fall or winter soup -- a great one for lunches, or as a ...
Slow-Cooker Yellow Split Pea Soup with Canadian Bacon ... This is a great
recipe, but I always have a chunk of ham in the fridge and never a ham bone.
The simple ingredients (onion, celery & celery leaves, carrots, etc.) blend to make for a complex and delicious flavor. We love to make soups
like this and then freeze the leftovers for another time. I have shared this recipe
with others as one of our favorites. More »
Add crunch to your lunch with this soup that features split peas, ham, and
homemade whole-wheat croutons. Use leftover ham to make split pea soup prep
Potatoes contribute starchiness and silky thickness, while sweet carrots and salty
ham balance out the peas' light, earthy flavor. Leftovers fare well in the freezer, ...
Not a winter goes by that I don't fix at least one batch of this traditional pea soup.
It's a hot and hearty meal that really warms up my family.
Carrots, celery and onion accent the subtle flavor of the split peas, while a ham
bone adds a meaty touch to this hearty soup. It's sure to chase away autumn's ...
Make and share this Uncle Bill's Green Split Pea With Hambone Soup recipe
from ... Add ham bone, carrots, onions, celery, bay leaf, beef bouillon, salt, ...