Top Rated Pea Soup Recipes

Slow Cooker Ham and Blackeye Pea Soup
Recipe Courtesy of Aggies Kitchen and Bush’s Beans“This Slow Cooker Ham and Blackeye Pea Soup comes together so easily with a few staples and in your slow cooker. It’s perfect for New Year’s Day but also for any day during winter when you need something warm to come home to at dinnertime. If you’ve got leftover holiday ham, it would be great for this but if you don’t you can always pick up some ham at your deli (if you do this have them slice it a little extra thick and dice it up when you get home).”-Aggie
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4.5

Asparagus Pea Soup
This creamy spring soup, courtesy of Au Bon Pain, is a delicious way to eat more seasonal vegetables. Petite peas give it a subtle sweetness that pairs nicely with the salty Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. A hint of fresh chives and a bit of heavy cream finish this silky soup perfectly, making it a welcome addition to any spring meal.Click here for more of our best soup recipes.
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4.333335

Yellow Split Pea Soup With Toasted Pecans
Recipe Courtesy of Nasoya Made with Nasoya Silken Tofu, this recipe for split pea soup is creamy without the dairy, making for a hearty and healthy lunch or dinner.
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4.333335

Split Pea Soup with Parmesan-thyme Crisps
It’s not a traditional St. Patrick’s Day dish, but Split Pea Soup with Parmesan-thyme Crisps is green, there are potatoes involved, and the Parmesan-thyme Crisps look like pretty Irish lace doilies.  So maybe this would make a great St. Patrick’s Day meal! You can get this vegetarian, hearty soup together for dinner in just less than an hour!
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4.25

Moroccan Green Peas Soup
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Click on the link to view the recipe: http://www.tajoon.com/2012/03/moroccan-green-peas-soup.html
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4

This is one of my daughter's favorite soups, and once you try it, it'll be yours, too. Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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4

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Prepared in All-Clad’s Stainless Steel 4 QT Covered Saucepan, this traditional English pea soup will warm you up on those cold winter nights
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4

Bone-in chicken is the best to make with soup because it adds a nice depth of flavor. This is an Asian version on a classic chicken and pea soup.  Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table. Click here for the 5 Chicken Soups to Fight Off a Cold  Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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2.9375

Split Pea Soup
I love split pea soup, and I have for as long as I can remember. I wasn't a super fussy eater as a kid but I think we all remember the things we didn't like, even if over the years our tastes have changed and we're more adventurous as adults. I'm sort of surprised that this soup isn't on that list of "no like" as a kid, but I remember loving both split pea and the even uglier brown lentil soup. Go figure right? Like the ugly duckling, this soup has its beautiful side, but you have to taste it to make that discovery. Rich with the mirepoix blend of sautéed onion, carrots, and celery, I've always done one thing that I think has this simple mixture stand head and shoulders above the others I've had. It's simple, too… I substitute chicken stock for the water that is most often called for when making a bean soup. Wait… guess there are a few more things I do differently! See all pea recipes. Click here to see Reinventing Campbell's Soups at Home.
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Sweet Pea Soup with Cumin-Mint Coulis
Sweet peas are some of the vegetable kingdom's greatest little gifts. They're perfectly sized, vibrant, and sweet — and they possess an irresistible "green" flavor. Come spring, they’re also one of the first vegetables to show up at farmers' markets or bearing fruit in your garden. I love to eat sweet peas in many different ways: sautéed with basil and mint, or in a wholesome-yet-delicious bowl of farro, or sometimes even in a salad. But now I’m excited to share a recipe with you that I think makes the sweet pea even more enticing. Not only is this soup full of that addictive green-pea essence, it's also a perfect canvas for the exotic flavors of the coulis. The pan-roasted cumin, the fresh herbs, and the hint of heat in the coulis, paired with the sweetness of the peas, deliver a truly unique taste experience. Needless to say, the soup is superb with fresh peas, but you can use frozen ones, too. They work just as well.
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2.4

Easy to make and even easier to assemble, this soup is not only refreshing, but whimsical as well!
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1.666665

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Beverly_Stephenson
Ingredients: 1 ham bone 12 cups water 3 cups split green peas 3 medium carrots, shredded 1 medium onion, chopped 2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp pepper 1/4 tsp thyme Bring ham bone and water to boil. Cover and simmer for about 2 hours. Strain. Measure broth. Add ...
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