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19 November, 2015

Fire Roasted Split Pea Soup

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I am so excited about this recipe! Not only was my home smelling delicious for hours this evening, I was able to create something out of split peas that tasted so mind blowingly awesome that it made me jump up and down for joy!

Yes, I was and still am this excited about it! I can get emotional over food, okay? So anyway, I have not been able to look at split pea soup since I was a child. Mom used to make it and, no offense mom really, I would try to sneak it down the sink drain. I don’t know if it had to do with the texture, the color, the meat that was in it or that flavored it or what, it just wasn’t something I wanted to ingest.

Well, I was at the farmer’s market many months ago and picked up some ‘green lentils’ or so I thought. No, they were split peas, so, they have been sitting there in their little container for a very long time. I was afraid, very afraid.

Tonight though, I decided I was going to make soup with them, and gosh darnit, it was going to be fantastic. Well, this recipe is Fantamazing!

I dressed it up in a bowl surrounded by mashed potatoes. This was inspired by one of my Facebook friends. It was a great idea and I highly recommend it! Thanks Nora!

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Instructions
  1. In a large pot on high heat, sautee the onions until softened, then add the carrots and celery and sautee for a few minutes more. Add a little bit of water if sticking occurs.
  2. Then, add in the rest of the ingredients and stir well.
  3. Bring to a boil, then cover and simmer for 3 to 4 hours.
  4. In the last 30 minutes, remove the cover and mash all around the pot with a potato masher, leaving chunks. It will then thicken up as it sits.
  5. Enjoy!
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