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Split Pea Soup that is Fabulous and Filling!
The best Split Pea soup you're ever going to taste.

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Split Pea Soup that is Fabulous and Filling!

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Adjust Servings:
1 pound bag Dried Split Peas
8 cups Chicken Broth
2 medium Carrot chopped
2 medium Celery chopped
1/2 medium Onion chopped
1.5 pounds Ham Hock
1 pound Smoked Sausage sliced
1 heaping teaspoon Garlic minced
1 tablespoon Parsley
1 Bay Leaf
1 tablespoon Soya Sauce
1 cube Beef Bouillon

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    My Split Pea soup is an easy to make, hearty soup that is perfect for fall and winter when the nights are long and chilly. Serve it with crackers and a sandwich or salad.

    • 8.25 hours
    • Serves 8
    • Easy




    As children mom would make us split pea soup and we loved it.  It was fantastic to have on a cold winter day loaded with saltine crackers and a glass of milk.  I remember those days fondly.  When I lived in Europe I missed my American comfort foods which included that soup.  One day when I was going through the grocery store looking at pictures (since I didn’t speak the language) I spied something that looked like split pea soup.  I bought it, made it and was stunned.  It was pea soup, but not like what I grew up with.  It didn’t need the saltines to be tasty!

    When I spoke to my mother-in-law about it she confirmed it was indeed split pea soup and then agreed to show me the recipe that her mom had taught her.  I was intrigued and of course I agreed.  She used things like chicken stock, soy sauce, celery root, onions, bouillon cubes and smoked sausage.  The result, magnificent.  She elevated the soup that I craved to a whole new level.

    I never wrote the recipe down (silly me) so I have modified this as the years have past.  It’s still of my favorite go-to comfort foods in the winter.  It’s a bit of two of my favorite people; my mom and those she learned from and Emilie – a woman who’s love and friendship over the years as meant the world to me

    The beginning of something great!

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    5 minutes

    Add everything to the slow cooker EXCEPT the sausage.

    Set the slow cooker on low - leave it be for a minimum of 8 hours.

    5 minutes

    After 8 hours has gone by and all the ingredients have married and your kitchen smells heavenly shred the ham off the ham hock, then toss the bone(s). Slice the sausage and add it to the soup. Leave the slow cooker on low heat for another 20-30 minutes, then serve.


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