4 Reviews

Delicious, and so incredibly easy! The key to it being mildly sweet is in not overcooking the peas, like you directed. I omitted the nutmeg, which I was out of, and peppered this nicely instead. I used the water that the peas had cooked in to preserve nutrients, and added a tad extra water as well. My soup wasn't cloggy thick, but just right :-) Thanks for this one... it's one easy fix!

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Anu May 31, 2002

My first time at making a pea soup and I love that this uses frozen peas instead of split peas. I sauteed a little onion in some bacon drippings and added to the pureed peas. Then, I thinned the puree with half and half instead of using the sour cream. I left out the sugar and topped the soup with just a sprinkle of bacon bits. Very tasty soup - nutritious and healthy comfort food!

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JPerez January 01, 2008

nice and very easy! i used an electric mixer instead of a blender, and it didn't get the perfect creamy texture, but still turned out great. took the suggestions for s and garlic, and worked very well.

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Gorterboy May 29, 2006

I am in Love. So very easy and wonderfully tasty to me. I cooked the peas in with the chicken broth. Drained it into a cup. Then added it when it was needed. I also added a dash of "Mrs. Dash" Garlic Herb. When I served myself I added a spoonful of Sour Cream. I ate it all right by myself. This will be my "eat over and over recipe just for me. Thank You for a wonderful recipe. Hugs

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Braunda January 19, 2005
Easy Sweet Pea Soup